"analog Not analog" is now in a public repository.
It’s open source. You can test it on a virtual or physical PC.
I am developing aNa for my graphical live coding experiments. What i published yet is a reduced but more stable subset of aNa. Documentation and code samples are included.
Combined two videos from 1937. The blaze at the landing of the LZ 129 at Lakehurst and a flight over New York City. The New York City video includes a text panel, “All is serene —”. A euphoric statement made before the disaster in which 39 people died.
It’s hard to see how close easiness and death are to each other.
Sound is mixed from the original Herb Morrison reporting.
Bottom left: Hydra
Top left: aNa captured approximately the region where Hydra displays its animation.
middle top: aNa tried to find contours with the help of OpenCV.
right top: aNa uses OpenCV for getting the optical flow to disturb the Hydra animation.
bottom middle: aNa with an kaleidoscope effect.
bottom right: Atom editor used for live coding.
Disaster: LZ 129 Hindenburg on fire
Here are two videos mixed from 1937. The blaze at the landing of the LZ 129 at Lakehurst and a flight over New York City. The New York City video includes a text panel, "All is serene ---". A euphoric statement made before the disaster in which 39 people died.
for d=9,1,-1 do
for y=-f,f*6,f do
for x=-f,f*6,f do
The making of a colorful animation.
The book „From Material Space(time) into Electronic Space(time)“ by Paloma Kop @palomakop
is very interesting for me. Even if i create my live coding animation digitally. She uses analog techniques as input and when mixing.
My experience is that when i mix real world footage into the digital animations the results are much more vivid.
visual experiments and graphic algorithms.
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