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 May 18, 2005 - 03:00 PM - by Michael
* Jeff Minter doing Xbox360 Music Vis

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Here's a bit of welcome news - when you play music on your Xbox360, you also get a nifty music visualizer coded by Jeff Minter.

Minter?s association with Microsoft sprung up from a freak situation, leaving Microsoft executives and a certain J Allard bowled over by what the magical Minter can come up with. The music synthesizer is essentially based on Minter?s VLM experience, although everything has been written from the start with a fantastic new graphics engine that pushes shaders to the max.
Impressive.
 

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