2013 demoscene production by Traction & Brainstorm influenced by Mondrian and De Stijl plus algorithmic aesthetics. It came in second place at the Evoke Demoscene party in the PC demo category.
this is muoto, a traction and brainstorm demonstration for evoke 2013 in cologne, germany.
muoto is finnish and means a shape or a form
code and visuals – preacher
music – scott
audio – fmod
images – openil
additional design – scott, kianga, rale, napsa and a huge bunch of other folk
See more from brainstorm here and you can download the muoto demo (windows only) if you’d like to run it natively on your machine.
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