Archive for the 'VJ' Category

Ramblings

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

I’m feeling productive tonight but don’t quite want to take on any coding projects, so I thought I would write up some thoughts that have been running through my head on performance, VJing, and user interface. I had a short notice gig the other night and was planning on using VDMX since its my usual […]

Electric Zoo

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

Joshua Goldberg got me hooked on VJing when showed me his app Dervish and gave me source code to its Max/MSP/Jitter patch back in 2001 or so – before I knew anything deep about Jitter at all. Dervish was a real eye opener for many reasons, but most importantly If it was not for him, […]

Buildings

Sunday, August 30th, 2009

While fixing bugs in v002 plugins and experimenting with Quartz Composer 4.0, stumbled on to this. I think its worth exploring some new aesthetic directions.

CRT emulation

Saturday, July 18th, 2009

These images are not taken from an image of a CRT screen, but are synthesized entirely within Quartz Composer. Ive been working on a CRT emulator for Open Emu to help make playing older console games more of a true experience to the original. The plugin emulates proper scan lines (not just drawing a mask […]

Works in progress…

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009

Ive been busy lately with many projects. The v002 application which has been hinted at is coming along very nicely thanks to help from ‘bangnoise’, aka Tom Butterworth. Tom wrote the lovely ‘real’ datamosh plugin for Quartz Composer, and has been amazingly helpful in many regards. I had the pleasure of meeting up with Tom […]

LPM

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Some images and video from LPM 2009. In short, awesome. LPM 2009 VJ Jam Excerpt 1 of 3 – View in HD LPM 2009 VJ Jam Excerpt 2 of 3 LPM 2009 VJ Jam Excerpt 3 of 3

Orange 2.0

Friday, May 1st, 2009

More Urban Imagery:

Experiment with QC Typography

Monday, April 27th, 2009

QC Typography from vade on Vimeo.

v002 Movie Player FFT analysis

Saturday, April 11th, 2009

v002 Movie Player with FFT Audio Analysis Demo from vade on Vimeo. A user suggested I add audio analysis to the movie player plugin. Turns out Apple has some pretty easy APIs to add FFT analysis to your QT movie playback code, so I implemented it tonight. Its a bit rough, but this is nice […]

A question of quality…

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

Update: I’ve re-tested Resolume with the latest available update – 3.0.1 at the time of this writing, and some results have changed: So there was a question on the VDMX forum regarding output quality of various VJ softwares, and questioning which is best. I decided to do a little test of Resolume Avenue, Modul8, VDMX […]

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