(Mandelbulber) Enceladus Ice—“Starshine Submarine”—3D Fractals & Music

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Offline Paigan0

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« on: May 28, 2019, 03:25:20 AM »
Far underneath the miles of ice, lies the Fractal Kingdoms of one of Saturn’s ice moons, Enceladus. With my NS/Stick, guitar, and Chapman Stick Railboard song “Starshine Submarine.”

Fixed spelling mistake and redid the scene changes entirely. Swapped out the Vimeo video and re-did the YouTube link.

I did 3 versions of this scene, one "straight," one with a repeat of one on the global fractal X, Y, and Z repeat, and one with the X axis rotated 90 degrees. The first two with DoF, and the rotated layer without.

All three layers were audio-synced with the aux light intensity set to the song.

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Offline Tas_mania

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« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2019, 01:35:41 AM »
A classic paigan0 video. I like the 'liquid sky' effect and the multiple mirror balls.  :clapping:

Offline udo2013

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« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2019, 05:36:18 AM »
great! also the sky. so I imagine it on titan or enceladus too. with the expansion of the fractal comes over me again easier jealousy :) is limited with my system (the bad framerate). but I also know the "mirror balls". in vvvv the renderer also outputs the whole scene as a texture. this I used as texture for the spheres. mirror.  for me, the idea was to create a feedback system. because the sheres are part of the whole scene again.