// Animated Gifs 01 - Matthew DiVito // MOTION // GRAPHIC // DESIGN // Animated Gifs 01 What started as a little experiment has grown into something more. Selections from my blog mrdiv.tumblr.com retro_break january 22, 2012 shatter march 16, 2012 reset march 19, 2012 worm march 19, 2012 face to vase march 21, 2012 cell march 26, 2012 ribbon march 26, 2012 ico_sphere april 3, 2012 sharp_mind april 6, 2012 smh april 6, 2012
Photosonore.com :: Photos de concerts à Paris: Home Mouse Operated Instrument Unusual Long Exposure Firework Photographs by David Johnson While attending the International Fireworks Show in Ottawa, Canada earlier this month photographer David Johnson had his camera in hand to document the night. When Spain’s entry into the competition begin he decided to try something a little different resulting in the photos you see here which are unlike any long exposure firework shots I’ve ever seen. Via email David tells me how he accomplished the effect: The technique I used was a simple refocus during the long exposure. Each shot was about a second long, sometimes two. What’s interesting is that unlike usual firework photos that seem to make long trails across the sky, Johnson’s photos look like flowers with little triangular plumes coming to a point.
Le HibOO : Photos de Concerts, Sessions acoustiques, Captations Impressive 3D Sculptures Made of Suspended Sewing Buttons EmailEmail Miami-based artist Augusto Esquivel creates something grand from something seemingly insignificant and small: he builds amazing 3D sculptures out of thousands of sewing buttons. Augusto carefully attaches them to a fishing line and constructs things like harp, piano, cello, or a marry-go-round horse. The artist is intrigued by the idea how “a common object used to create a piece of art becomes transformed into something complicated and intriguing.” Check out his stunning work and be sure to visit his website for more! Website: augustoesquivel.com
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WebGL Water Loading... Made by Evan Wallace This demo requires a decent graphics card and up-to-date drivers. If you can't run the demo, you can still see it on YouTube. Interactions: Draw on the water to make ripples Drag the background to rotate the camera Press SPACEBAR to pause and unpause Drag the sphere to move it around Press the L key to set the light direction Press the G key to toggle gravity Features: Raytraced reflections and refractions Analytic ambient occlusion Heightfield water simulation * Soft shadows Caustics (see this for details) ** * requires the OES_texture_float extension** requires the OES_standard_derivatives extension Tile texture from zooboing on Flickr
El Maravilloso Arte de los Gifs Matemáticos Los ángulos naturales de las colmenas donde habitan las abejas llegan a formas geometrías perfectas, la maravillosa exactitud de estos insectos es tan clara como la de audaces matemáticos, químicos o físicos nucleares. En 2011, el estudiante de física reciente de Dublín, David Whyte comenzó a trabajar con un Tumblr llamado “Bees & Bombs” donde subió GIF’s animados, creados por el mismo y en honor a las maravillosa estructuras que crean las abejas y una de su nucleares pasiones, las bombas. Whyte se sumergió en el lenguaje de programación, la animación y junto con diversas herramientas de Processing , un lenguaje de programación de código abierto, muy popular en el diseño, lo ayudaron a crear elaboradas piezas donde la interacción entre física y matemáticas es evidente pero que también, comparten el repetitivo movimiento que cautiva o aturde. Con estilo minimalista Whyte forma colores, movimiento, repeticiones, patrones, y más, hechos bajo sus propios métodos y códigos.