Acid Cam is a project I started developing in 2011 as an augmented reality hallucination simulator.
The project grew and had various iterations over the years including the v1 series, v2 series, Qt app,
command-line tool, and OpenGL visualization instrument. Different variations of the project run on Windows,
Linux, and macOS. The most popular version of the project is the v2 OSX video editor version with over 2,000 CPU-based filters.
Acid Cam filters are puzzle pieces of a visible language to bend and alter data to create abstract visualizations through mixing them
together in different orders. It’s a gift.
Available also is a collection of free stock footage I have created on my google drive that you can download for free and use in any
of your projects or videos and evolve and expand. No credit or payment is needed. I want to share my love with you all.
You can also accesss free stock artwork/videos created with Acid Cam.
Thousands of Photos and hundreds of Video Files
You are free to use in any of your own projects royalty free
Acid Cam videos are about opening your mind and not expecting things to look a certain way or be formed in a specific pattern. Expanding the
concepts of how something should look by dissolving its expected state and morphing it into something new and beautiful for whatever you want to
believe it is.