BlueSpace by Julius Horsthuis
Julius Horsthuis is back with a message from the outer world.
BlueSpace is a world of abstraction, colors and precious metals.
Audio by: Sam C (Teknosucks)
More 3d & abstract & alien & fractal & g!itch & glow & metal & trippy & surreal Style
Having discovered ancient techno-tunes in a dormant MySpace account, the analog alchemists known only as Netsliders managed to capture this spectral form in their Fermion machine.
Continuing the neon tubes theme, Ghosteam drops the successor of NeonRoom.
T-Minus 17 seconds and counting. All systems are running optimal. Laying in a course for immediate pixel gratification. Pixel launch heads up display is go for auto sequence start. Activate!
Strangeloop is back with the third instalment of his Hyperfields saga. Menger cube arrays cycle through alien wave patterns. Step into the hyper field and be transported to another dimension.
More by Julius Horsthuis
10 "Day" clips and 10 "Night" clips that you can seamlessly mix between.
The perfect mix between Gregorian and Gigerian.
No need for alarms in the cities that never sleep.
Fractals look different every time you look at them. Like looking at yourself in the mirror.
Made by Julius Horsthuis
Julius Horsthuis (Amsterdam, 1980) is a Visual Effects designer and Fractal artist.
Julius developed a love for film and video at the age of 12.
In 2014, Julius started experimenting with Fractal Environments. As a Fractal Artist, he has created Fractal short films, and Immersive Experiences, which have been exhibited in galleries and film festivals around the world, such as the IX symposium in the Satosphere in Montréal, the Cineglobe film festival in CERN and the Geneva Tous Ecrans festival.
Online, Julius' fractal art has been picked up or covered by international blogs such as The Creators Project, Motionographer, and the Vimeo Staff picks. His experimental Virtual Reality experiences featured on the Oculus Rift website upon release, and became some of the best rated VR-experiences on the site.
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