The D-Fuser is coming… for real!

August 10, 2012 | Posted by The MIDI Thief | 2 Comments »
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No one could have imagined that it would take this long time to make the D-Fuser ready for production but the time is finally here.

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The *spark d-fuser DVI mixer is coming closer

June 18, 2010 | Posted by The MIDI Thief | 1 Comment »
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Toby Harris a.k.a. Toby *spark did a presentation of his first manufacturable prototype at the Visual Berlin festival. He just finished editing a video from the presentations that contains a few revelations.

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Installation group effort

November 21, 2009 | Posted by The MIDI Thief | Comment
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This installation at Heineken’s Green Room Sessions party at Malmen, Stockholm, is a was a group effort. Jakob Grandin, head of Grandins Flying Circus asked the Vidiots to set up a triple screen video installation displaying film and photography from a number of artists.

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More on the *Spark + dFuse mixer

October 21, 2009 | Posted by The MIDI Thief | Comment
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The *Spark Defuser mixer by Toby Harris is one step closer to getting into production. And you can help by showing your interest so that Toby can esitmate the price better and get to the next step. Read all about it here!

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The *spark + d-fuse mixer

September 15, 2009 | Posted by The MIDI Thief | 1 Comment »
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Sometimes prayers are heard. A saint named Toby Harris has modified a conference kit and built a controller for it so that it’s possible to mix two VGA or DVI sources and output to a Matrox TripleHead2Go.

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8 Great multiscreen clips

August 23, 2009 | Posted by The MIDI Thief | 1 Comment »
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I was inspired by Smashing Magazine top lists and thought I’d start busting out some list featuring vj clips in different genres. First out is this compilation of live multiscreen projections. The criteria for the clips was that they should be using 2 screens or more and the composition has to span over all screens (no repetition of one screen) and be performed live.

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