Vibratium 1.1 Update

Vibratium 1.1 update is now available.

This is a minor update that adds crosshairs to locate the centers of the render objects and eliminates a couple of extra files.  More info and download instructions here –

http://www.georgepotts.com/apps/vibratium/

Vibratium 1.0.2 Update

Vibratium Version 1.0.2 is now available. I fixed a few bugs and added a new Diff combine option.

http://www.georgepotts.com/apps/vibratium/

Introducing Vibratium

Vibratium

Download Vibratium 1.0.1
Download Vibratium 1.3
(More info here http://www.georgepotts.com/apps/vibratium/)

Vibratium allows you to generate unique animations that would be impossible to do manually.  This is done by combining the output of “render points,” which are wave-based animations, each centered at a single point.

Click the images above to view the 800×800 versions in new tabs.  I especially like the red one as I somehow generated a triangle fractal pattern. (Note that it links to the bmp version which is ~2.4MB.)

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Videos here – YouTube Vibratium Playlist
Here’s the project file for the first video – BlackAndBlueWaves.zip

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Thumbnails on Windows Server

I use Windows Server 2008 R2 as my primary workstation, mostly so I can run Hyper-V.  (At least until I get the time to upgrade to Windows 8.)  One issue in particular that’s been irritating me is the lack of thumbnail previews on my pictures.  It just works on my laptop.  I finally decided to fix it and it turns out the solution is very simple.  Continue reading