Cuboid by Muzencab
Map your cube and take a retinal trip of moving patterns and shaking forms.
Most of the videos have left to right symmetry. That means that you can map a cube with the same video on each surface and have a smooth continuous video mapped cube as a result. Note that all videos are rendered in a square aspect ratio. Audio by Alpheid.
More Minimal & Mapping Style
Plexus FFGL Plugin Included
When two particles are close together, draw a line between them. When three particles are close together, draw a triangle. It’s amazing what sort of effect a simple set of rules can have.
The rendering of NeonRoom is so hyperrealistic, you can almost hear the clickeity-clack of the neon tubes turning on and off. Combined with a tight colour scheme, this pack is a shining beacon of light in the darkness.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain Ghosteam speaking. We are ready to take you on a voyage. Where it leads, no one knows. But isn’t the journey always more important than the destination?
DashBase is an exercise in minimalism, with maximum effect. With excursions into glitch and op-art, Ican Agoesdjam's second release is sure to make an impact on every screen.
More by Muzencab
In his new loop pack Metric, Muzencab shows style is something which is always evolving.
This pack does not go well with a quiet sunset. This pack does not go well with a nice glass of wine. This pack does not go well with some smooth jazz.
Take a trip of illusions and paradoxes of visual perception.
Take your cube mapping to new heights with this successor of Cuboid by Muzencab.
Made by Muzencab
Panagiotis Tomaras (Muzencab) is a filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist mainly producing montage films, live projections, photography and light installations. He is the creator of the award winning visuals of Clock DVA and founder of the audiovisual collective Quasigroup. He has commissioned for theatre and opera visuals, commercial teasers, motion graphics and has participated and awarded in several festivals and competitions. His works are explorations and experiments moving across the boundaries of the visual medium.
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