It’s here! It’s finally here!!
My third ever participation in the virtual choir experience and Eric Whitacre’s fifth official one (not including the World of Color Honor Choir and the Virtual Children’s Choir).
This morning I’ve been watching a number of interesting videos taken at zoos and exhibitions including a snake befriending a hamster, a squirrel that knows how to water-ski and others.
However, there were a few suggestions on those that linked to some National Geographic videos that turned out to be AMAZING.
Here’s the playlist I picked from their channel:
Recently I discovered a ‘game’ on Kongregate called Step Seq. Apparently there are electronic devices that look exactly like this simulation. Their point is to create music on a time and frequency grid. I’ve been playing around with this one, seen at http://www.kongregate.com/games/quickfingerz/step-seq.
The fun of this is that I’ve also been video-recording a few of these and have been posting them to Youtube.
The few I’ve uploaded include an initial boring tutorial and then three more samples. They can be seen with the following links:
Greetings, all! It’s been a while since I did any animation. My attention has been more on live videography of various things including game and oscilloscope capturing. However, just today I put together something like four new animations, plus one overdubbed video of myself whistling three parts to a song. Vain me, eh?
Anyhow, here is a list:
Oh cool! I found that in TestTube (the Youtube labs), there is a feature to make a stereoscopic 3d video out of two videos on your channel! So I quick opened up 3dsmax, did a rotation around the classic teapot (which had a bit of texturing), and rendered two cameras side by side.
Ten great uploads just today!! Nine of the ten are mine (and Andrea’s) first Linerider lines that I didn’t ever get a chance to capture until a few weeks ago. Check them out here.
Also, Dad brought home his Batman figurines we got him on a birthday cake a long time ago. Well, I just couldn’t resist an animation.
Seems like all I post about anymore is new videos.
And today is not an exception. I have uploaded nearly……15 new videos within the last two weeks or so. And in fact, most of them are linerider captures that I’ve made within the last year. The other few are fractal zoom captures and a quick clip of an event I volunteered with last week. Which was AWESOME!
Anyway, go to http://www.youtube.com/user/depwl9992 and check them out!
I’ve uploaded about five new classic animations from 1999.
After weeks of mixing and testing and getting everything just right, I’ve finally uploaded the first videos of the classic animations we filmed back in 1999.
See the full playlist here
Recently (I think I mentioned this before) I found a trial version of Sony Vegas 10 Pro, an excellent piece of software for video mixing in Windows. Well, from Christmas until New Years, I took four videos which I later (just today) finally mixed up at the fastest possible framerate.
See how you like them by watching: