I just released an experimental music video, "Microscopic Horrors,"
incorporating music from my recently released
improvisational/experimental CD "Places" and videos of live
microscopic organisms, which I shot live using a USB enabled
microscope. This production is partly educational, yet a fun and
subtle parody of classic 50's horror flicks. Based on my research
thus far, it appears to be the first of its kind in terms of the video
content, the avant-garde/improvisational sound-track, and the overall
intent and genre. However, I am desperately seeking to prove myself
If you know of a video production like "Microscopic Horrors," please
send me references so that I can document them with the project.
I have sent 50 copies of the DVD to contacts around the world, and I'm
now looking for other viewer comments before I have it professionally
manufactured and distributed this fall. View more information on the
DVD, plus sample video clips, at [Only registered users see links. ] (click
"music & video" and "more information" under the DVD section).
I would appreciate any comments sent to me personally.
Krispen Hartung [Only registered users see links. ]
Well, I cant think of any videos that use 'real' microscopy, but there's
a Bjork song that was done by a CG company called GlassWorks. They
developed software to render membranes and other biological forms. You
can read about it here:
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PS: the link you gave in your last message was broken. The one at the
very end works...
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