All the clips here were made using the Caligari Corp.'s trueSpace v3.2 program and the fabulous tsx plugin F Creator by Urban Velkavrh, which made all these fascinating forms and motions possible...These animation works, in their full commercial size, are available on the SynthArt CD-ROM  
           
  This clip was inspired by the Japanese art style of XIX century, called Meiji          
1,1 MB mpeg clip       A beautiful virgin can be found reflected by the rotating glass-like shell object, surrounded by medieval walls.  
The clip below features metamorphoses of a well-known mathematical object, called Super-ellipsoid...         1,1 MB mpeg clip  
1,3 MB mpeg clip     This one is more of a personal character. The author's recent memories in the rhythm of breathing...      
    1,2 MB mpeg clip   Here is a better-quality, streaming version of this clip (1,4 MB), in the new Microsoft's Windows Media (wmv) format, - requires Windows / MSIE  
  The clip below displays endless circulation of the three so-called Boromean Rings (a famous math paradox)        
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1,1 MB mpeg clip   Here is a longer, better-quality, streaming version of this clip (1,6 MB), in the new Microsoft's Windows Media (wmv) format, - requires Windows / MSIE      
             
NOTE     all clips here (c) 1999 Valery.Kritchallo      
It is strongly advised to find a good MPEG-1 player for these animations (I recommend this older v2.0 of the Microsoft's Active Movie player, - I don't like the latest v6.x of it at all). Before playing clips, set the options Auto repeat and rewind to ON, - they are all loops! (and all of 320x240 size, about 1 Mb each)       previous SynthArt page: Drip World next SynthArt page: Maroc, le splendide