Stian Remvik Datagrafikk

SD-card speed

I thought it didn’t matter what SD-card to use. I was using a Kingston micro SDHC 8GB (SDC4/8GB - 31521-001.A00LF). But the files started to get corrupted after a while and it felt slow. Then I tried with a SanDisk Extreme microSDHC UHS-I card with speeds up to 90 MB/s, and the Pi got much faster and more responsive.

"BITWaves" iOS app
Raspberry Pi Notes
"Neighbours" video installation
Electronic Vintage Bit20 concert visuals
"Late into that night, and all the following nights" installation
"Bergen Leser" installation
"Cubes" animation
NRK3 identity film
"Hush!" installation
"The sound of pictures" installation
Concert visuals Knekklectic
Hulen Bergen posters and design
Notes on programming and other technical difficulties

Multi screen video with Multiscreener on Mac
Seamless looping video player on Raspberry Pi using openFrameworks