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Flight 404: Music Visualization God

Posted on March 30, 2007 Under Art

The following videos might be some of the most compelling, moving and yet indescribable pieces of animation and music as visual art I've ever seen. Animator and borderline-genius Robert Hodgin worked with Processing, an open source programming language to program…

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Flight404: Magnetic Ink x Solar

Posted on February 1, 2008 Under Design

We covered Flight404 several months ago and even then we were blown away by the work Robert Hodgin was doing with Processing. Nearly ten months later, we're still in awe of his stunning visuals, but this time around we're crushing…

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Posted on June 21, 2007 Under Design

There's something at MIT, wouldn't you know it, called the Aesthetics + Computation Group, whose aim is "the design of advanced system architectures and thought processes to enable the creation of (as yet) unimaginable forms and spaces." Two thoughts. First,…

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Magnetosphere iTunes Plugin

Posted on May 3, 2007 Under Design

Creator of Flight 404, the music visualization god that created those intense, dramatic and jaw dropping videos we saw back in March is at it again. Magnetosphere is his iTunes plugin version that combines magnetism, gravity and pure awesomeness to…

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Ngorongoro Crater Lodge: Tanzania

Posted on May 14, 2011 Under Travel

On one of my trips to Africa last year I had the distinct opportunity to visit and stay at one of the most remote and incredible places: The Ngorongoro Crater Lodge.   Perched into the side of the craters wall, it's…

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Flashbelt Conference 2008

Posted on May 20, 2008 Under Design

Web Developers and designers unite! What's that? You need a time and a place? Well how about June 8th -- June 11th at the Holiday Inn Metrodome in Minneapolis? Apparently there's a pretty awesome get together being held there called…

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Posted on August 2, 2007 Under Design

Both Josh and I have written in the past about the open-source image and animation programming language called Processing. In those earlier posts, you'll find links to several neat-looking doodads made with Processing. The real trick with any new technology,…

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