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Demo'ish videos

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0:17 Monitor-Tape-Computer there is an Amstrad CPC 464!
added on the 2018-10-29 07:45:14 by pengan pengan
A bit old but fun to watch: Pendulum waves (play your favorite early-90s chiptune in the background).
added on the 2018-11-23 19:38:09 by moozooh moozooh
Bardo (2001) excerpt, by Jordan Belson also this account has some really interesting videos, at least for me.
added on the 2018-12-18 00:18:20 by elfh elfh
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KclpurFU7-k realtime shadehoops including demoish horrible music! :P
https://vimeo.com/20997612 some other works by this guy are worth to check also.
added on the 2018-12-28 05:43:59 by elfh elfh
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwmYUYgvkgc seems like they moved on from their wannabe flt particles style to glowy wireframes :P
The Sound Of Pictures by Stian Remvik


Happy new year!
added on the 2018-12-31 09:51:21 by scott scott
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OPgecwXwJA (might take a second viewing to notice the lovely demoish backgrounds :P)

Well.. lookie here.. Can you name the group/demo infulences? :P
added on the 2019-01-11 17:09:32 by aMUSiC aMUSiC

Well.. lookie here.. Can you name the group/demo infulences? :P

Looks like ASD and RGBA stuff.. Weird static waves on those mountain lakes..
Very early influence on pre-teenage Trixter: https://youtu.be/tshGRUDvsUs
added on the 2019-01-21 21:27:23 by trixter trixter
(Trying this again, as Trixter is a moron)

One of the things I was exposed to early in my life was the Chicago independent film TV show "Image Union" which would broadcast a lot of very odd things, from documentaries, to short films, to (then-avant-garde) computer animation. Some people used early personal computer graphics to make art installations. One local Chicago artist recently passed away who I saw back then; here is an example of his work:


This video was shown on Image Union in 1981, when I was 10 years old.

I know it's odd and slow, but give it time. You can see some very early, tangentally-related leans towards the type of thing (visuals and music in sync, XOR tricks) that could influence someone towards demomaking. And, it did.

Because of the palette switches at the end and the speed of execution, my best guess is that this is an 8-bit Atari BASIC program. Also interesting, the music was composed to fit the visuals -- not typically how a demo is made.
added on the 2019-01-30 04:07:45 by trixter trixter
Ship's Engine Start Up

This ship is a Bulk Carrier - Its specs are:
Length - 291m
Beam - 45m
Depth - 25.7m
Draft - 16.5m
DWT - 180,000 tonnes
Cargo hold capacity - 199,293 m^3
Engine Maximum continuous rating - 18,660 kW x 91 RPM

I'm amazed!
added on the 2019-02-02 11:12:33 by neoneye neoneye
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-By9B6rSefk - it's like a Plastic demo about my bhut jolokia experience!


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