"A clip very creative and inspired, not produced thanks to the 3D but with 400 blocks of wood. A sequence in spot-motion with nearly 4.085 images, conceived by Rogier van der Zwaag for the group of electro Nobody Happy the Drum, coming from Amsterdam. To discover in the continuation."
as seen on Fubiz
Award-winning experimental film _grau for the first time in HD on Christmas 2009: … _grau is a personal reflection on memories coming up during a car accident, where past events emerge, fuse, erode and finally vanish ethereally … various real sources where distorted, filtered and fitted into a sculptural structure to create not a plain abstract, but a very private snapshot of a whole life within its last seconds
Media critic Matt Hanson, author of The End of Celluloid and founder of onedotzero festival says: “_grau appeals to me because it is organo-tech. it does not deliberately ape the abstract pioneers of abstract cinema, and it is worlds away from the motion graphic masturbation of many of those enamoured by digital animation. seidel’s work is impressionistic, melding biological and emotional currents. out of amorphous shapes we make out bones, heads, a hand. a spirit leaving the body. at least, this is what i sense out of the chaos of galactic reconfigurations, neurological connections, and biological forms. this is a powerful piece of digital animation precisely because it does not feel like such, it feels emotional, epic. and once you release the background to the animation—communicating a ‘coming to terms’ with the aftermath of a car accident—you realise why.”
Robert Seidel | 10:01 minutes | Germany 2004 | 2minds.de
An amazing production were we can interact with a huge sign with our mobile, and the sign immediately show the direction and distance to the point.
"The Nokia mark presents this device carried out at the end of 2009 to London: the installation of a crane to more than 50 meters with a digital panel in the shape of arrow “The World’ S Biggest Signpost”. A beautiful execution in order to promote the software of géo-localization for mobiles OVI Maps.”
as seen on Fubiz
Software for generating the COP15 identity (UN Climate Change Conference held Copenhagen December 2009).
The software was created in the early stages of developing the moving identity - it is exploring how turbulence and naturally evolving patterns can illustrate the complex decision making that goes on at the conference.
More information about the project here:
In collaboration with:
shiftcontrol.dk and nr2154.com
Music by Dan Deacon:
Video documentation by Kwinten Eeckhout, Photography by David Covent.
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"Splendid atmosphere and sound-design on this countryside for the Asics shoes. A direction of the spot produced by Amsterdam Worldwide on a post-production of the PostPanic studio. The film captures one unexpected moment in full nature. The video is to be discovered in the continuation.”
as seen in Fubiz
"After the musical table Noteput, here Clavilux a 2000 interactive instrument integrating a visualization of the music. The whole is generated by computer programming language vvvv and the object is composed of a piano of 88 keys and a vertical projection above the keyboard.
A project supervised by Michael Götte and Veldana Sehic.”
as seen in Fubiz
Directed & Produced by: Doug Purver
Live Action Producer: Michael Neithardt
Editing: Ryan Mckenna
Matte Painting: Mara Smalley
3D Modeling: Dave White
Illustration/Design/Animation Direction: Cole Gerst
Animation, Animation Direction: Brian Smith
Live Action Director/DP/Editor: Vincent Aricco
Props: Alice Nesbit
Talent: Zane Alexander Gunderson
Music: Ben Jastatt
Sound Design: Juan Baez
Post Audio: Soapbox Studios
Producer: Calvin Florian
"Since the introduction of digital technology the relationship between camera and photographer has altered dramatically. Speed and accessibility have come at the expense of mystery, intimacy and tactility - qualities exclusive to analogue photography. Initially, and in reaction to this cultural atrophy, I composed a piece of music made entirely from sounds that I had recorded from a collection of antique cameras. Constructed using the digital composition software Reason, this piece carried a strong hip hop feel and seemed to connect past with future technologies. To accompany this track I created a video response that captured traditional, analogue techniques yet also had a strong contemporary theme.
This short film is made entirely with stop motion animation, with over six thousand still photos shot and then edited together. The cameras are literally ‘brought to life’ here, while image composition and lighting is as carefully considered in each video frame as they would be for individual photo shots.”