CLIENT: N/A | DATE: July, 2019
Playing with drone footage has become a new interest of mine (see DREAMWORLD). The smooth motion and ability to do what most cameras cannot opens up a lot of doors.
Here I utilized some footage from Art-Tech alum, Jason Kaasovic as he flew through the Minnesota Science Museum. The main manipulation came in VDMX via internal feedback and mirroring. The rest is just happy accidents!
Music courtesy of Harri Bionic
CLIENT: Art-Tech Experience | DATE: July, 2019
An exploration in subverting facial recognition in an age of no privacy. Effects created and adjusted in VDMX.
CLIENT: REM5 VR Lab | DATE: June, 2019
Starting to experiment more with 360 and the possibilities of glitching it out. Below is a quick example of how a relatively boring commute can turn into something a bit more magical.
CLIENT: Jakob Speich | DATE: Sept, 2018
Glitched terrains generating in time. A collaboration with producer Jacob Spiech, we wanted to create something that fit the song but also took you to another world. Mission Accomplished.
CLIENT: all so frightened | DATE: July, 2018
This is what it's like when worlds collide.
Glitched video files create breathtaking color arrangements and movements that can't be either described or predicted. Song by Ryan Bouchie of all so frightened.
CLIENT: all so frightened | DATE: June, 2018
Feedback, normally a chaotic and uncontrollable force. Yet here, with "valence" we find a calm and directed look into the unknown. Featuring more slick beats by all so frightened, let this tune and visual drift you away.
CLIENT: FOCI | DATE: March, 2018
Utilizing video feedback, Strange Attractor explores the bizarre world with colors and shapes not normally known to mankind. With a specially curated audio soundscape from Ryan Bouchie, you'll soon see why this video gets so strange.
This piece was created to be an audio/visual installation of many forms, single screen, projection, or multi-screen installation as seen at BEATS NIGHT - PSYCHEDELIA.
It also has an interactive component where you can view the piece as spherical video and further explore the space to create a unique visual experience each and every time.
CLIENT: N/A | DATE: December, 2017
PBS Digital Studio has had a few viral hits with their own audio focused remixes of cult classics like "The Joy of Painting" with Bob Ross and Mr. Roger's Neighborhood.
We here at Second Sight Visuals really dug the songs but thought the visuals could be pushed a bit more. So what do we do? We glitch the hell out of them.
CLIENT: Max Altmark / The L.O.V.E. Band | DATE: December, 2017
We've experimented with Chromadepth in the past but this video is the culmination of those findings. Four layers of color (red, yellow, green and blue) stacked on top of each other through special Chromadepth glasses produce an incredible illusion of depth with blues sticking into the screen and reds floating out towards you.
The main video, Max's face, was manipulated in VDMX and isolated against black to appear as an ominous, floating head. We then created green and blue mixes to place behind and better assist in the illusion.
Buy Chromadepth glasses here
Check out the rest of the EP here
CLIENT: N/A | DATE: December, 2017
All of humanity's great discoveries seem to happen around 2 AM. These bizarre face transformations are right up there.
Messing around with VDMX is where we find some of the best combinations of glitch and just plain bizarre outcomes.
Given that my desk has some good LED lighting we played around with glitching our own face, below are the results.
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