How many Metaphors can you spot in this ?
The stuff you can do in papervision keeps on blowing me away, Ricardo Cabello aka Mr.doob has created a nice depth of field effect. Check it out here. If you have been living under a rock the guys at papervision are doing amazing things with the flash player allowing it to work with 3d images, its the sort of stuff that makes makes me constantly say “fuck me tender”. Now someone find a good way to go from cinema4d r10 to papervision and i will be rocking too soon.
Those geniuses at Fallon London are at it again for Sony BRAVIA. First they had the bouncing balls in San Francisco, then the tower of paint in Glasgow, and now bunnies on the streets of Manhattan. Fair warning - if for some reason you’re scared of bunnies, don’t watch this video. The advertisement, titled “Play-doh” features 200 plasticine bunnies hopping around and a large 30 foot bunny in Thomas Paine Park in Lower Manhattan.
The ad’s director said it was technically the most difficult thing he’s done, “It is an incredibly difficult situation to control. You have New Yorkers wandering through frames and you have no say over it because we’re doing it for real.” It took 2.5 tons of plasticine, 40 animators three weeks to choreograph the bunnies, and 100,000 images for the 60-second spot. The ad, which was filmed over three weeks this summer, also features a crashing wave, a whale, and lots of New Yorkers.
It is proven that by using software shortcuts can boost up productivity. Here are 30 secret Photoshop shortcuts that I’ve learned from years of experience. Well, what I mean by “secret” is that these shortcuts are not documented in the menus. Keep reading and you will find how these shortcuts can speed up your productivity. I bet you don’t know all of them.
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This game has incredible game play, shame its only for pc .. enjoy http://www.kloonigames.com/blog/games/crayon/
What does Christianity, 911 and The Federal Reserve … all » have in common?
They call it a chain reaction inspirational speech. It’s 45-minutes long. So give yourself some time. It’s by Mike Goedecke and Kane Roberts of Belief.
Fascinated by their use of animated holograms in the fashion show environment, we asked Diesel to explain how some of the technology worked. Mysteriously, the nice guy we spoke to wouldn’t give his name, nor could he shed too much light on the unique process they used. Keeping the magic alive you see. But here’s what could tell us about how they did it…
“The visuals are projected through a series of ‘foils’ into mid air, so you see the images in mid-air. The models can then interact with them and walk through them. We used plastic foils placed at 45 degree angles so that the projected light from the ceiling goes onto a foil, is reflected on to another and then into the air.
We worked it so it had a real catwalk feel and so that you could view it from both sides: you can see the models, the holograms and the public from both sides. It’s never been used this way before as the technology has just been used in the corporate world before, for sales presentations, and the visuals have always just been viewed from one side. So we set up two rigs instead.
The animations were done with standard CGI animation software but were made for a 15m by 2.5m screen. It’s all rendered in HD, too, so was quite demanding as it’s 30 frames per second. We worked on the whole thing, from storyboard through to the final render in just two and a half months. Bringing together Dvein and Vizoo gave us this unique, truly holographic, 3D motion graphic experience.”
- CR Blog
Typographics is a movie about typography from the Vancouver Film school by Boca (aka Marcos Ceravolo) and Ryan Uhrich.
I have been playing around with as3.0 today for the first time, and found there to be some things missing that were there in as2.0 and not in as3.0. One of these is ObjectDumper; so i made a as3.0 version.
Loving this so much
As you can tell am getting pretty addicted to FaceBook. I came across an useful api which allows you tell export all of your friends birthdays, and import them into your calender program, such as iCal. So if your like me and a bit forgetful with birthdays and have asked far too many times in the past, this is perfect. www.fbCal.com
GIRL EN MODE GROOVY
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Yup, I gave way, I signed up, and am scared and worried to say how addictive FaceBook is .. try it www.facebook.com
Filmed in Arker Brygge from my mobile. I really hope this women was either part of the act, or on drugs.
Music video made by award winning fellow graphic designer Adam Cable.
Music Video by Adam Cable, Svein Kvamme
Always good work from Grand People, keep up the good work guys, view more sweetness at http://www.grandpeople.org
End Day is a docu-drama produced by the BBC and airing on the National Geographic … all » Channel that depicts various doomsday scenarios. The documentary follows Dr. Howell, a scientist, as he travels from his hotel room in London, England to his laboratory in New York City, and shows how each scenario affects his journey as well as those around him, with various experts providing commentary on that specific disaster as it unfolds. The following description of the programme was released by the BBC:
“Imagine waking up to the last day on Earth… “Inspired by the predictions of scientists, End Day creates apocalyptic scenarios that go beyond reality. In a single hour, explore five different fictional disasters, from a giant tsunami hitting New York to a deadly meteorite strike on Berlin.
Little worrying that how the previous video, and this one are together, purely coincidence I assure you.