The Ingravid Festival and Telenoika’s Excellent Video Mapping

The Ingravid Festival in Spain saw a ridiculously interesting video mapping project this year – a group of artists called the Telenoika Cultural Association created this amazing composition using openFrameworks, a C++ toolkit that pretty much rules.

Just an FYI – the video is pretty long (about 20 minutes), but I promise it will be one of the better 20 minute sessions of your day.

Thanks Make, and thanks to Ryan Wilkinson for the heads up on this!

Telenoika Audiovisual Mapping @ Ingravid Festival, Figueres 9/2009 [FULL] from Telenoika on Vimeo.

Caelum’s “Apoptosis”


You might have seen this before, but check out this video from the band Caelum – the title is Apoptosis.  I saw this video on Blue Vertical Studio’s blog – I’m still catching up on my few hundred tabs of things I’ve been meaning to see, but you have to see this.

apoptosis from takcomâ„¢ on Vimeo.

Glenn Marshall’s “The Nest That Sailed the Sky”

Oh my goodness.

I just saw this video from Glen Marshall on VJ.TV, which he did for Peter Gabriel.  I’m not gonna say much about it, just watch it:

The Nest That Sailed The Sky from Glenn Marshall on Vimeo.

About the video:

This is the completed video I’ve done for Peter Gabriel – I was asked to develop the ’story’ further from the original test (you can see on this page), and got some visual ideas from looking through photos from the original album shoot. I got three extra visual ideas from this – single cells, an empty nest, trails of red berries.

Brazil’s VJ Zaniz – Production Reel

I’ve been finding a lot of interesting digital visuals lately, as I have a weird architectural lighting project in my head.  One of the artists I’ve come across lately is Brazil’s VJ Zaniz – his work has a very interesting quality – sometimes it feels very Cubist to me, other times slightly impressionist.

Here’s a video reel:

Thanks, VJ.TV!

David OReilly and His Excellent Video Content

I’ve been really digging a lot of video content artists lately – a blog I read,, posted a link and some content to David OReilly’s channel on Vimeo.  You gotta see this stuff – here’s two of David’s videos from – there are 18 on David’s Vimeo site.

This first video is best viewed with either some 3D glasses, a piece of Roscolux 80 (Primary Blue) in front of one eye and Roscolux 27 (Medium Red) in front of the other, or Lee 181 and Lee 106.  Wonderful!

M.I.A Bang (original test) from David OReilly on Vimeo.

This second video content is also pretty awesome – no need for a 3D color scheme:

M.I.A Visuals (excerpt) from David OReilly on Vimeo.