Archive for April, 2016

CoGe 1.7 released – Bulletproof Edition

Posted on: April 27th, 2016

We’re happy to announce CoGe 1.7, the latest and greatest version of our favourite VJ software. There are very serious changes under the hood, related to how CoGe rendering video, still image and Quartz Composer content – the codename behind the scenes was Bulletproof Edition, because it is.



Magewell USB Capture HDMI

Posted on: April 27th, 2016

There are many HDMI capture cards out on the market, so sometimes its hard to find out which one that you really need – fortunately we found a pretty great one and we are happy to share our thoughts and recommend it!

The capture box – its tiny!


ProjectMilkSpyhon – Free MilkDrop Music Visualizer

Posted on: April 24th, 2016

Ever felt nostalgic about the good-old Winamp-style visualizers like MilkDrop? Good news: the guys at Vidvox made a free, Syphon-enabled app based on “projectM“, which is an OpenGL-based re-implementation of the class MilkDrop engine.



Lumen – analog-style software video synthesizer

Posted on: April 22nd, 2016

Our friends at Paracosm just released their hyper-cool analog-style video synthesizer software Lumen.



Project Showcase – NatGeo Brain Games Commercial Spot

Posted on: April 19th, 2016

Fiber optic lighting and LED curtains makes the famous National Geographics Channel’s Brain Games TV Spot elegantly futuristic. Now we have a chance to take a look behind the scenes and get know how the system worked, thanks to Nick Rivero from Meptik!