BioBotica by Dumb Robot New! 4K!
Bio bots moving mechanically on 120BPM tempo.
Laak meets National Geographic magazine.
Again, Less is More.
Traveling through the multi-verse faster than the speed of light, energy and matter become a colourful blur. An abstract set of clips based on the principles of slit-scan photography.
A minimal pack for the maximum of the effects.
Made by Dumb Robot
Dumb Robot is the mechanoid manifestations of Rob Pepler. At the age of 16 Rob started playing with lighting effects at early Acid House parties. The many years of Vjing on the planet surface, producing visuals for the inter-web and staring at fractal algorithms for hours has somewhat fried this android's logic circuits.
Rob has worked extensively with some of electronica's best underground producers and artists. He’s worked closely with the Glade Festival and Glastonbury Festival for a number of years. He produced one of the tracks on the world's first 3d view-able album Holotronica by Stuart Warren-Hill, as well as content for various visual labels around the world.
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