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@00:05You are welcome..yeah i know had to try three times to watch the whole thing frikin net was slow had storms etc that day
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This is made for some bigger projekt - but i found out it has some funny sideeffects - Look directly at the center of the animation for about 30-45 seconds then look at your hand or some other object :-)

Made in C4D and Octane renderer (quick and dirty)
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timemit Dec 5, 2013  Student Digital Artist
wicked, gives a certain sense of circularity among the cubes.. also if you pause it after watching for a while it looks like it is slowly revolving counter clockwise :icondizzyplz:
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golem1 Nov 25, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Remarkable, but not really surprising or new.  Classic illustration is sometimes called the "waterfall effect" en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motion_a…   No doubt it results from fatiguing of motion detector neurons in the retina or the visual cortex.  It's a more sophisticated version of an afterimage: stare at something red for a while, then look at a white wall, and you will see a copy of what you were staring at, but in green instead of red.
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Ingostan Nov 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No i know it's not surpprising or new :-) - i was just surprised as it wasn't the purpose of the video. But i had just seen a programmed called mindgames which displayed exactly that effect so i thought i would try it on my video - and it worked :-) - Yes i know the the effect where you will see the complemetary colour off what you have stared at :-)
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golem1 Nov 26, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Have to admire the video anyway :D   The blocky shapes really are 3D, and the rotation makes that apparent.

As I watch the video, I see an effect that may be peculiar to myself.   Certain regions distinguish themselves momentarily from the rest of the image.  It's hard to describe.

 A few times, back in the days of analog broadcast TV, I could tune to a vacant channel to see the video noise, sometimes called "snow".  After a while I would begin to see swirling movements within the snow.   I can't account for that, except to assume that the snow wasn't really quite random, and some property of the noise was selectively fatiguing my receptors.  
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Ingostan Nov 27, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well maybe its that way SETI should look for ET :-) - as far as i know the snow is the leftover microwaves from the bigbang :-) as for the animation yes i've noticed that effect too - strange - and thank you :-)
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@00:05cooooooooooooooool
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Ingostan Nov 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
@00:05Thank you very much :-)
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@00:05You are welcome..yeah i know had to try three times to watch the whole thing frikin net was slow had storms etc that day
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Mark-Tamaro Nov 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Very cool effect!  After staring at this for about 30 secs.  I looked at the wall and part of it was turning slowly!!!!!  Creeepy!:clap:
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Ingostan Nov 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Exactly - creepy - and funny :-)
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