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michiel | 3 days ago | 12 comments | 15 likes | 250 views

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A short demo of the new network/big data effects we're working on.

The UTP cables, plugs and sockets are rendered by sketch layers and generated by a script. The router and spheres are picture layers.

The intro and outro use experimental effects.

The templates will probably be published as a BixPack. The 3D EPS generating scripts could be added to Bixelangelo or maybe even implemented as a new network/big data layer!




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interesting!

vincent, 3 days ago


Yea, it's the Matrix. Great addition.

lightads, 3 days ago


Could there be also a more realtic cable mangement like trunks into a patchpanel.

I will provide the tyraps 😃

komies, 3 days ago


The white spheres act as patch panels, but of course we can make them rectangular as well!

What other kind of network equipment, like routers, would you like to plug into the network? We're especially interested in hardware with displays. This allows us to add texts and pictures to personalize the video.

michiel, 3 days ago




A Serverroom would be ultimate with a admin display input login and flashing lights.

But for the Cable management view the link.

www.google.nl...

komies, 3 days ago


Awesome! :)

LostBoyz, 2 days ago


Great effect. I really like it very much.

Franco Aversa, 2 days ago


Superbe !

Alex-Raymond T., 2 days ago


Thank you all!

michiel, 2 days ago


Belles innovations

PAT67, 2 days ago




And here's a tyraps version!

michiel, 16 hours ago


Neat and tidy

komies, 4 hours ago


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Michiel den Outer is the founder and lead coder of Outerspace Software. He lives in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

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