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Truchet Tile

Lots of people seem to have been downloading my Truchet Tile QTZ lately. Just wondering what you’ve been doing with it. If any of you guys have examples of using it on YouTube/Vimeo etc. I’d love to post them here. Same goes for anything else you’ve done using tb code/QC files.

This is my quick demo of the effect in action with webcam input.

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4 Responses to “Truchet Tile”


  1. February 22, 2010 at 10:18 pm

    http://cybero.co.uk/QuartzComposer/Info/TruchetTileTestGLSL2CubeRTSP.qtz – works in my browser – thanks be to KinemeCore – uses your TruchetTile and RTSP’s a movie instead of video input.

  2. February 24, 2010 at 6:14 pm

    RTSP_Truchet_Plaid from cybero on Vimeo.Is the result of one Truchet Tile [toneburst macro] transform being fed an RTSP movie.This movie now is to be found transformed again with a Truchet Tile transform, as an RTSP Quartz Composer file @ http://www.littleurl.net/7a5107.Requires the enabling of KinemeCore, I believe, as friends without that installation to Quartz Composer report that URL as unrenderable.[10.6.x only – or so I’ve been told – certainly not Windows , even through it incorporates RTSP – in addition it does take a couple of seconds to load and sometimes benefits from a reload and you can only view it in Safari or a WebKit browser that supports the Quartz Composer plugin on OS X, but apart from that, anyone can enjoy the composition]

  3. February 24, 2010 at 6:17 pm

    Truchet Cube from cybero on Vimeo.Incorporating toneburst’s [machines don’t care] GLSL Shader TruchetTile, this is a screen capture that has been resynced audio wise within GarageBand and exported as h.264.The visuals are the result of placing the Truchet GLSL patch within a Render in Image macro and feeding that with a resized image of the resulting Render in Image render output as the alternate to the video input normally employed within VDMX.There is an online streaming .qtz example [OS X 🙂 / 10.6.2 only :-(] to be found at http://www.littleurl.net/e256 . Requires the enabling of KinemeCore, I believe, as friends without that installation to Quartz Composer report that URL as unrenderable.It features an RTSP movie streamed into the primitive object’s faces.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZIKJyWPIjA – clip of the full version still uploading as I type to be found here

  4. April 16, 2010 at 1:34 am

    I made a variation of the truchet effect with OpenCV one time (totally wrong way to approach it). What it was, was basically a video input with an affine tile. Then, OpenCV is used to place little tiled video squares at all of the detection points. The end visual result is startlingly similar with many textures.


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