I've been impressed recently by gazing at XScreensaver's Apple II module — for anyone who's seen it, it's quite a treat in motion: a simulated Apple II screen comes up, *not* perfectly pristine, but appearing as it would on an old NTSC monitor. There's some waviness, palette shifting, and some suitable static noise/distortion:
I searched to see if there was an equivalent Filter Forge filter, but haven't found one yet. I think making one that emulates those sorts of classic computer effects (throw in amber PC DOS as a bonus!) would be awesome. Does anyone have any leads in this direction?
Much appreciation in advance.
I'm enjoying using Filter Forge to create http://torley.com/textures
|Posted: February 23, 2008 8:00 pm|
I've done some pavement mosaic filters.....and some mazes have been done by Dilla and Garbonzo.....which are the closest things I could think of that come close to only the first one......
"Buzzards gotta eat...same as worms..." - Clint :)
|Posted: February 24, 2008 6:58 pm|
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