On the weekend we saw plenty of love expressed for windows-only patching tool (or “Multipurpose Toolkit”) VVVV [tag on CDMo]. Another recent VVVV piece which has impressed me is Internal Thinking, from Vadim Smakhtin.

Sune spoke about how audio-linked visuals can be “jumpy”, which is often the case. But Internal Thinking shows that random, fast-moving, erratic elements can be combined with smooth control and precise performance to create remarkably subtle work.

Vadim used vvvv, Blender [on CDMo] and Meshlab for creation, and the superb Fraps for capture.

The fantastically gritty music is Growls Garden, by Warp records artist Clark.

Vadim’s Blog.
Vadim on Vimeo.