Created by the visual artist Palmer Eldritch aka Denial of Service, “Onryō” is the latest in the series of audio/video releases that combines tech-noir chaos with reaction-diffusion sequences created in Max/Jitter, courtesy of Paul Fennell.

The software used to create various visual elements included 3DSMax / VRay, FumeFX, Processing 3.x, Max-Jitter, Ready, After Effects, PFTrack and for sound Ableton Live, NI FM8/Kontakt/Reaktor, Eventide Suite, GForce Suite, Sound Forge /Waves, Roland TR808 /TR606 /SH101,

Most of the reaction-diffusion sequences were created in Max/Jitter courtesy of Paul Fennell open-source code which Palmer modified to suit. – some were concocted on Ready (a program for exploring continuous and discrete cellular automata, including reaction-diffusion systems, on grids and arbitrary meshes). Most overlays were the result of copious P3.x multiscale Turing noise patterns experimentation, as well as, sonifications courtesy of Tomasz Sulej.

Denial of Service | Vimeo | Behance

Via Creative Applications

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