Gian Pablo, maker of this sweet algorithmic synth forces Wall-E to rock out.
This is my contribution to the realtime 4 kilobytes visuals (usually known as “4k intro”) competition for Inspire 2008 (held in Spain). It is a set of spheres with radious controlled by the Fourier Transform (without the “fast”) of the music. it contains some realtime ambient occlusion and depth of field. It’s done in C, using shaders (GLSL). Once again, it all fits in a 4 kilobytes executable (music, animation, rendering engine and effects).
Wicked awesome! Via Create Digital Motion.
A somewhat intelligent cellular automata system that I developed with some atari2600 style sonification.
Link via Processing.org.