Fractals Made of Fractals: 2nd Rotating Panasonic Monitor


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The Canon’s output now not only goes to the original Rotating Monitor through the Roland Switcher, but goes to the new Rotating Monitor through the Blackmagic Video Converter (to make a signal the Panasonic Monitor can see).

The Phone’s camera sees the 2nd Rotating Monitor and its output goes to Source 2 of the Switcher. When this image is luma keyed (bright areas are included but dark areas are not) over Source 1 (the Canon feedback), fractals are created because the two feedback loops influence each other. This keying of the feedback does electronically what the beam-splitter glass does on the Primary Loop.

The Phone can still be used to supply images to do what's done in the previous video.

Note: I say the output of the new monitor is from the Canon. Meant to say the input is from the Canon.

 

Dual Loop / Dual Switcher / Dual Rotating Monitor Schematic 

 


Forward Chronology 

Reverse Chronology

 

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