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Couple of stills from the Talvihorros/Laid Eyes a/v performance in Leiden, May 2014.
I’ve managed to recover the video recording i took directly from my laptop on the night, so going to do a mix and the result will be out shortly.
Couple of stills from the Talvihorros/Laid Eyes a/v performance in Leiden, May 2014.
I’ve managed to recover the video recording i took directly from my laptop on the night, so going to do a mix and the result will be out shortly.
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Filmprojektion at Cafe OTO on Friday 15th August 2014
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APIARY SESSIONS: CoH / Téléplasmiste / These Feathers Have Plumes « //////APIARY///////
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Euro pop tour doing live visuals for Talvihorros and Petrels. 1.5 weeks ‘til the launch (get ready)
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Video for Ekin Fil’s ‘Minus’ premiering* at Ende Tymes Festival this Sunday 11th May 5-7pm at Outpost Artists Resources, in NYC. Timing TBC.

Would love to be there, but will be stuck in South London.

http://halfnormal.com/endetymes/

*Not in a grand red carpet sense, just it’ll be the first time anyone sees it who isn’t Ekin, Exotic Pylon or me. Normal internet release coming soon!
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Live visuals in January.
http://recursivespace.tumblr.com/
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prostheticknowledge:

One of the First Computer-Generated Films, from 1963 - AT&T Archives 
A short, simple 3D animation of a satellite object orbiting a globe:


This film was a specific project to define how a particular type of satellite would move through space. Edward E. Zajac made, and narrated, the film, which is considered to be possibly the very first computer graphics film ever. Zajac programmed the calculations in FORTRAN, then used a program written by Zajac’s colleague, Frank Sinden, called ORBIT. The original computations were fed into the computer via punch cards, then the output was printed onto microfilm using the General Dynamics Electronics Stromberg-Carlson 4020 microfilm recorder. All computer processing was done on an IBM 7090 or 7094 series computer.Zajac didn’t make the film to demonstrate computer graphics, however. Instead, he was interested in real-time modeling of a certain theoretical construct. At the time, The Bell System was still deeply engaged in satellite research, having launched Telstar the previous year, with plans to continue developing communications satellites. Zajac’s model is of a box (“satellite”), with two gyroscopes within. In the film, he was trying to create a simulation of movement — the pitch, roll, and yaw within that system. 

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