Tag Archives: video

He did the monster mosh: automated datamoshing with tweaked GOP lengths

After I posted yesterday about my automated datamoshing experiment, I got a nice message on Twitter from developer and botmaker Ryan Bauman who was able to run my script on his own videos. We talked for a bit about how it could be improved, and I had a major realization that I had to test […]

Making mosh-ups: automated datamoshing from multiple video sources

Datamoshing is a glitch art technique applied to videos to intentionally create “pixel bleeding” and other digital motion artifacts. It became popular several years ago when it was used in near-simultaneous music videos by Chairlift and Kanye West. In those cases, and in the tutorials and techniques documented since then, the glitches are typically introduced […]

Candidates saying cyber, now with more music

Building on the previous cyber-supercut, here’s a new video that incorporates all the cybers from all of the general election debates, both Presidential and Vice-Presidential, set to music from Mr. Robot. By popular demand: here's the presidential and VP candidates saying "cyber" with Mr Robot music in the background pic.twitter.com/wL3XbAp4HG — Parker Higgins (@xor) October […]

Supreme Court Data (2015)

Here’s a supercut of all the mentions of the word “data” in last week’s Supreme Court Oral Arguments in Evenwel v. Abbott, a case addressing the question of whether the “one-person, one-vote” principle of the Equal Protection Clause allows states to use total population data instead of voter population data in apportioning legislative districts. Turns […]

HOWTO: One big file from a YouTube playlist

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the release of Born To Run, I decided to watch Cory Arcangel perform his classic Glockenspiel Addendum. He’s posted videos from a 2008 concert to YouTube, so it should be no problem, right? Well, the version he posted is in eight parts. Fine for YouTube, but I don’t […]