3D Psychedelia, Psychedelic Visuals, Pyschedelic Visualisations

Superflow – Viusic Piece 11 – Happyday

Ian Clemmer’s work has been previously featured here on the DPV. Later on, I have had the privilege of meeting Clemmer personally last summer and watch this video in an HD Stereoscopic 3D format. Ian is one of the most spectacular psychedelic video artists of our time, and has created an amazing variety of stunningly beautiful films, most of which, like “Nature is Numbers” or the piece which I like to call “21st century Kandinsky”, have never been put online, which is a real real shame. So it might be a good idea to write him on his Vimeo account and try to persuade him to put them online, for us video-junkies out there.

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super psychedelic Webcam Piano by Memo Akten

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Disorder, work in progress…

Disorder is the collision between Kevin Ramseier, dancer & comedian, and François Moncarey, programmer.

Kevin has been educated in the “Conservatoire of Geneva” and  from “Le Studio des bains”, is found of new scenic expressions. François, was educated at “Les Gobelins’, creates video generated by algorithms inspired by the existing movements in nature.
Together, with a transmitter and an infrared camera, they create “Disorder”, a performance mixing contemporary dance and generative video.

Through an audacious choreography, come to assist to the fluctuating mood of an individual with a bipolar behavior, switching from the energy of madness to the most total emptiness…

Here is the beginning of their work in progress, some processing sketches tests, they use memo MSAfluid and toxi library !

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Robert Seidel – Chiral

A chiral phenomenon or structure is some weird-ass thing that is not identical to its mirror image. You have to admit the concept sounds cool, even though you wouldn’t immediately understand it. Inspired by this scientific idea, German Robert Seidel went and created a very unique motion graphics piece using among other things projection onto a paper sculpture.

Equally impressive works can be found on Seidel’s Vimeo channel.