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This video shows all displayable characters in the unicode range 0 – 65536 (49571 characters), one character per frame, in 30 minutes.

For more info (on the sound, for instance), visit here.

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http://vimeo.com/18469695

http://www.complexitygraphics.com/

http://www.behance.net/gallery/CHAOS-AND-STRUCTURE/892355

“Yekpare” is a storyteller which narrates the 8500 year story of Istanbul. The story embraces symbols from Pagans to Roman Empire, from Byzantine Empire to Latin Empire, and finally from Ottoman Empire to Istanbul at the present day.

Haydarpaşa Train Station, with its brilliant architectural forms, is the building on which the story is projected. The connection between middle east to west has been provided by Istanbul and Haydarpaşa since 1906. In the 50’s it served as a door for millions of internal emigrants who have triggered the chaos in Istanbul’s dialectical daily life scenes.The project’s conceptual, political and geographical positioning, the location’s depth of field and the fact that the entire show can be watched from Kadıköy coast; make “Yekpare” a dramatic presentation.

More info: http://www.vimeo.com/12584289

PIXELS by PATRICK JEAN.

View the rest of the screenshots taken from the virtual “movie set” which Stephan Maximilian Huber made with a custom c++ application here.

This video has been created by MosMax Hax/Max Moswitzer and is based upon his synthetic performance “Semiautonomous Puppet Architectonics” in Second Life. While this does not appear to be a documentation of the actual, almost hour long performance, involving the participation of multiple non-player-character avatars, it still gives a powerful sense of the event as well as the custom created, magnificent architectural space in which it occurred:

Read related material here:
http://mosmax.wordpress.com/
http://npirl.blogspot.com/MosMaxHax

Also of interest in terms of art and computation is the “nybble engine”, an earlier (collaborative) work of the artist which already shows strong early visual references to Whitenoise:

Great work by Tomas Nilsson (graphic design student in sweden). He tells the story of Little Red Riding Hood (kirmizi baslikli kiz) in an informative way :)

…and he claims that he was inspired by Röyksopp – Remind me.

Beautiful animation from three legged legs.

go to their web to watch other stuff..

Not interactive but a beautiful motion graphics work which explains the story of the current economic crisis…


The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo.