Club3D is a hardware company that, aside from making AMD and Nvidia graphic cards, make a lot of useful adapters, dongles and gadgets. For instance we’ve been using the Club3D USB to DVI dongles quite a bit to add an extra highdef output to a laptop setup.
So when we heard that they make a dongle which can extend a single Displayport output to 3 Displayport outputs, we just had to order a few units for testing. We simply can’t resist a fancy new dongle.
Here’s the nitty gritty on this little gadget.
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A while back we had a whole thread on making visuals with Resolume. So we already knew it was possible.
But to see a whole music video based on the concept is still taking it to the next level. Coming to you courtesy of Masanori Yamaguchi (aka Reelvision), this wonderful piece of minimal glitch design manages to walk that elusive fine line: reactive without becoming repetitive, visually interesting without becoming cluttered.
Perhaps best of all, he's not afraid to share with the rest of the class.
Hit that download, then read the short releases notes:
[FIXED] Crash when setting autopilot for individual clip and switching to non-empty deck
[FIXED] SMPTE delay causes weird jumps around the 1 (and 2 and 3 and...) minute mark
[FIXED] Arena doesn't remember DMX Preferences
[FIXED] Clip menu does not always work for active clip
[FIXED] Crash on shutdown with windowed output
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We are rapidly approaching the end of 2013. The year always ends with the best party; New Years Eve! The NYE gig is always a special one, everybody comes out to party and you get paid trippple, right?
Make that NYE gig a special one and get some fresh footage. We have Luminator dropping a successor with Lumotion 2. Laak gives you the versatile VJSurvivalKit and STV releases the colorful StripeTease.
LuMotion 2 VJ Footage by Luminator
VJSurvivalKit VJ Footage by Laak
StripeTease VJ Footage by STV in Motion
From the wonderful folks at Urban Projections comes this lovely project using Tagtool, Arena and a cargo bike. What's not to love?
The Light Cycle.
The Light Cycle is a bike with personality. Housing a high power, 6000 ansi lumen projector, sound system, ipad and battery pack, it is a fully mobile, street art device. It aims to provide an innovative means for taking digital art into public spaces and out onto the streets.
Get out your projector, fire up Arena and Cinema4D, brew a pot of coffee and start your week creatively!
Coming to you courtesy of the amazing Tom Watkins / VJFit from Fit Motion Graphics, Tom covers everything you need to know, nothing you don't. He doesn't waste a second and he knows what's up.
Starting off with some basic video warping in Resolume, he gets some trippy stuff going using only Resolume, which we likey.
Then he brings in Cinema4D to take you into the third dimension.
And he tops it off with an excellent and precise way to model your physical object in Cinema and align your projector/camera settings.
This world is a better place with people like Tom in it.