AnalogPlasma by The Videoword Made Flesh

Funky and flashy video straight from the home of Nicola Tesla.

While struggling with new ideas our inventor takes a few steps back to relax and throw you party with these funky oldschool footage of his latest invention. Play and be charged by this electrifying 10.000 volts Videofootage shot in the "Inert Gas Discharge Tube". Soothing, smooth movements and warm colors will light up the room. All these loops have been captured and edited for mixing and playback in Resolume. A real moodmaker.

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License

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