A beautiful visual display of movement.[vimeo http://vimeo.com/37955460]
Quayola (aka ‘dQ’) and Memo Akten through digital production outfit Nexus Interactive Arts, have created ‘Forms’, a multiscreen digital artwork commissioned by the National Media Museum for the exhibition In the Blink of an Eye: Media and Movement, which is part of the Cultural Olympiad programme. This generative animation and interactive installation will display at the Museum from 9 March – 2 September.
Quayola and Memo Akten – Artists
Production Company – Nexus Interactive Arts
Beccy McCray – Creative Producer
Jo Bierton – Production Manager
Matthias Kispert – Sound design
Maxime Causeret – Houdini Developer
Raffael F J Ziegler (AKA Moco) – 3D Animator
Katie Parnell – 3D Tracker
Eoin Coughlan – 3D Tracker
Mark Davies – 3D Tracking Supervisor
With thanks to BBC Motion Gallery and Commonwealth Games Federation
Via Olly Boden
Developer and musician Chris Vik combines his two loves with dancer Paul Walker (not from Fast and Furious fame) to create this beautiful display of flopping about like a fairy to create music.
This is a performance of a dance development @ PACT Theatre, Feb 2012. The music in this dance piece is being created live by the dancer’s movements. It is done using Microsoft’s Kinect motion tracking camera and custom software developed by Chris Vik.
Developer: Chris Vik
Dancer: Paul Walker
I seem to reference this video at least once a month, yet it takes me nearly that long to find it. So I’m posting this for reference purposes only… And it’s pretty cool.
This is a perfect example of forward thinking.
And may I never have to crawl through interwebs to find this again!
From the mobile phone company that brought you the world’s smallest stop motion animation, now comes an even bigger project…
GULP – The World’s Largest Stop Motion Animation
Yes, shot completely on an N8, even the night bit. Yeah… those clever little buggers. they used cranes and shit.
Here’s how they did it:
Good stuff W+K
This is just another one of those ideas, that although not groundbreaking or innovative, the addition of a simple or charming device (in this case the factory setting and bursting balloons) breathes such fresh life into it, you instantly hate the creator.
I jest of course (cunt).
This is a spot I directed to celebrate the 21st anniversary of MTV Brazil.
Created by Dulcidio Caldeira, André Faria and Guga Ketzer.
Production company: ParanoidBR.
Music: Raw Audio.
Animation: Daniel Semanas.
Finish house: Sindicato