The response to our 3L Giveaway was amazingly extensive, and also very exciting to see the names and websites of so many visualists from around the world.
So we’ve collated all of those email addresses, and with a little help from some atmospheric noise we chose the winners.
Grand Prize (3L Pro License)
Runners-up (3L Student/Education License)
The comments response was so overwhelming that artificialeyes offered to award an additional 5 education licenses to commenters, chosen semi-arbitrarily by artificialeyes:
Winner for BEST THRILL PUN: vj decoy – VL ONLY 3L!
honorable mention: LordBanjo – 3L = Luminous Lantern Lust!
Winner for BEING 1337: nausea – in case i win the license i will make it run on my linux box:)
honorable mention: dmos.tv – finally generative synthesized visuals at our fingertips, why not try that with a mo-cap suit
Winner for BEST SENSE OF HUMOUR: Willy – and on the 7th day God said. “Damn, tomorrow’s Monday.”
honorable mention: J.E JIM – Lets do this. I want to put this software to work at church!
Winner for DREAMING THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM: memo – another comment in the sea of comments…
honorable mention: PreyStereo – There would be only one thing I would want more than a free license to Thrill…a free license to Thrill AND a cookie. Nah, forget the cookie.
Winner for SWITCHING: vj bonk – Nice! I hope that I am picked, I have been anxiously awaiting this release for a long time, Arkaos just does not cut it anymore this seems like a step in the right direction!
honorable mention: Pao – Hi, I’m a VJ and normally using Modul8. Few days ago I managed to use this software with my ipod touch. Let’s rock!
All of the winners will receive an email with instructions directly from artificialeyes within the next 48 hours on how to register their copy of the demo version. Thanks to everyone who entered, and to those who missed out: you didn’t miss out at all, really, because the Thrill Store is now open! You can download the 3L demo and give it a spin. Congratulations to the artificialeyes team. They’ve been working their butts off, and it will be great to see what happens when 3L hits the wild.
I’m currently editing several hours of 3L footage we shot with Michael last year, so you’ll be able to have expert help when coming to terms with the software.
Enjoy, and when your 3L output starts hitting the web, please tell us about it!