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Technology by Hboy Technology by Hboy
The biggest and hopefully best avs pack from me ever. Utilizes new components like megabuffers and also the triangle ape, this pack is a work of 3 months, not wasted time at all. My alterego had some same ideas but he executed them differently, so this pack shows what you really can do with AVS :)
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Given 2004-12-05
Technology by *Hboy is one of these techy visualizations you will like, if classic visualization as in demo scene is your pair of shoes. ( Featured by yathosho )
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skupers Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2004
Very nice pack. Your feeling for style has really improved, for example the colours in Inspire . I really liked Happy Flare, Inspire, Liquido, Brokenframes and Netscape (nice coding). FramesOfReality's remix was also well done.
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unconed Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2004
I only saw this pack now... amazing ;). Especially Dreamwalk, Netscape and the Crystalline Monument.

Just some technical notes:
- Why don't you scale the texer particles with depth? Just set sizex and sizey to whether you multiply x and y in your 3D projection with. For example, in Dreamwalk, add the following line to the 3rd last Texer II:
sizex=w/(1+z3*.5)*.025;sizey=sizex;
(and try this for a really cool, but slow, volumetric effect:
sizex=w/(1+z3*.5)*.06;sizey=sizex;
)

- The front-clipping plane for your lines seems a bit too far. In Dreamwalk the floor is cut off quite early when the camera is close to it.

- Setting the color to 0 for close lines and texer particles is useless as they are still drawn. Instead, use the skip variable.
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Denkensiefursich Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2004
Very nice. My favorite had to be Netscape. I don't know how you did it, but that is G-d damn amazing. Congrats on the DD, also.
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pak-9 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2004
Mmmm, tasty like pie. Congrats on DD
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vanish Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2004
congrats on DD, you deserve this alot!
my favs were fraglie and some preset with triangle ape, don't remember it's name tho :P
:+fav:
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framesofreality Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2004
Alááázóóós!
Nagyon megérdemelt a DD, egy pár preset szabályosan állat (főleg a dreamwalk), a netscape tán lehetne egy kicsit gyorsabb, de a pakk így is közel van a hibátlanhoz.
Az ikred pakkját min. 3X-osan veri, még egyszer gratula!

:+fav:!
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amphirion Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2004
overall, I liked the set. awesome scopes here and there, especially in 'superscape' and 'dreamwalk'. use of triangle apes was pretty cool, the preset 'fragile', reminded me a lot of abstract wallpapers. my only little peeve is on the color. Almost all of the presets revolved around the chromes, greens, and blues, probably because of the XOR, but whatever floats your boat... great job and here comes yet another fave to add to your collection.
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michaelbarton22 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2004  Student Traditional Artist
nice collection :)
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nemoorange Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004
These are awesome. It seems like you've finally got a hold on your own skills and abilities and really turning out some amazing presets. Putting new spins on used concepts. I've seen stuff like Superscape & Happy Flare before, but you go that extra measure and add some really interesting effects. Of course, Dreamwalk is just superb. Jheriko tried to make something like this a while ago, & I thought it was crap. But the way you handled the figure & the camera & all the other elements, it becomes quite engaging! I also love the use of the Triangle APE. I see you're just experimenting with it at the moment, but it looks great. DD well deserved!
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raz001 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004
Dreamwalk looks so fucking cool in fullscreen.
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