There comes a time when we all grow tired of wasting time at work by reading blogs and barely smirking at “I Can Has Cheezburger” pics — a time when only pure mindless visual joy will suffice. That time is now, good friends. Immerse yourself in “Vanishing Point,” an expressionistic piece of 3D abstraction from Takuya Hosogane. The animated clip, made with next-gen software like After Effects, Cinema 4D and iModeller 3D, features basic shapes shifting and morphing in synch with glitchy electronic sounds. This is pure A/V cartharsis.