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18/04/2013 / Featured, iPhone

Created by Vladimir Shreyder, Boris Golovnev and Ivan Shornikov, Glitché is a free iPhone application that lets you distort your photos using common computer errors and bugs. Using similar UX to popular image apps such as Instagram, Glitché includes filters such as glitch, ...
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22/08/2012 / iPhone

It is safe to say that everyone that has had a play with Processing or openFrameworks has at some point thought about creating a slit scanning app for the iPhone. It is one of those techniques that gets designers thinking ...
    13:56:02 Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden

14/09/2011 / iPad

Developed by NewMediology (Danqing Shi), Last clock is a clock app that uses popular slit scan technique to keep you in factual time, human time and remote time. Just like any other analog clock, the app has three hands: one for seconds, ...
    Downsview Station - detail of still

19/05/2011 / Processing

Concentrated Geographies is Toronto media artist Tori Foster's first solo show and—making good on its name—the assembled work carefully considers the nature and representation of urban experience. The show features four projects, all of which rely on Processing to manipulate ...
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09/11/2010 / c++

Sure, there are plenty of slitscan projects out there and Golan has a very good page up on his blog how to go about doing some slitscanin'. Then, I came across this project on MAKE, created by Carl Rosendahl using his ...
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12/08/2010 / Processing

Few experiments by Peter Jacobson using Processing and looking very .gif-eresque. There is no description in the videos but they are a joy to watch. I can only assume that they are responsive to music but it is hard to ...