A revised version of David Bowie’s Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station.
With thanks to Emm Gryner, Joe Corcoran, Andrew Tidby and Evan Hadfield for all their hard work.
Captioning kindly provided by CHS (www.chs.ca)
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Titre : One Out of Two
Artiste : Breakbot
Label : ED BANGER RECORDS
Réalisatrice: Irina Dakeva
Maison de Production : QUAD
Producteur: Matthieu Poirier
Directeur Artistique: SonlanTran
Directrice de Production: Delphine Bellonnet
Ast de production : Nabia & Alison
Release Date: Sept. 2012
1ère équipe :
1er Ast Réalisateur: Mickael Cohen
Chef Opérateur : Arnaud Potier
1er Assistant Caméra : JuliaVadon
Satagiaire caméra : Remy
Steadycamer : Marion Gaillard
Régisseur Général : Laurent Lafond
Repéreur : Loïc Pelissier
Régisseur adjoint : Fabien Courage
Régisseur jour 1 et 2 : Philippe Gesta
Régisseur jour 1 et 2 : Fabien Jacobelli
Stylisteprep’ : Céline ElMazouzi
Costumière : Marina Massoco
Maquilleur, coiffeur : Magali Roux
Chef déco : Marc Sausset
Accessoiriste : Myrtille Barre
Chef Machiniste : Simon Maggiolo
Machiniste : Valérie Vaytet
Chef Electricien : Aurélien Le Calvez
Electricien/Machiniste : Rémy Caetano
Stagiaire électro : Nicolas
Coordinateur de cascade jour 1 : Loïc Saintilan
2ème équipe :
Actrice : Alka Balbir
Acteur : Thibault (aka Breakbot)
DOP: Kanamé Onoyama
Electricien: Pascal Doyen
Maquillage / Coiffure: Frieda Yem
Régie/Transport : Ben & Pierre
Post-producteur : François Schmidt
Compositing: Ingmar de la Renouardière / Korrentin Legallou / JM Seneca / Geoffrey Skrajewski
Sound design: Emmanuel Rebaudengo
Mix: Chez Jean
Color grading: Matthieu Toulet
Monteur : Jonathan Michaut
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We recently created this music video for “Evil” by Howlin’ Wolf as part of the Videophonic session at the 2012 PromaxBDA Conference. The catch? All of the nine videos could only feature music that rocked out pre-MTV. Most of us weren’t even born then. Ha. We envisioned a Western narrative that felt more analog than digital. Our all-CG video featured high contrast white on black “scratch board” imagery.
Video: PETMAN bipedal robot.
PETMAN (Protection Ensemble Test Mannequin) is being developed for DARPA by Boston Dynamics, who have previously shown off several other military robots including ‘Big Dog’ who can not only carry heavy loads across uneven and difficult terrain, but now also throws cinderblocks.
PETMAN can do pushups, walk, stretch and squat, and can right itself when given a good push (lets hope it doesn’t snap and turn on us all after being pushed too many times).
Heaps more videos of PETMAN here.
Though at first glance PETMAN appears to be braced by guy wires, it is self-balancing and only wired externally to draw power.
Director | Pietro Malegori
Dop | Michele Brandstetter
Producer | Alessandra Sutto
Music | Guido Smider
Sound foley and sound mix | Andrea Pestarino
Sound recording | Gianluca Aversano
Music company | Smider
Director | Marco Gentile
Dop | 2dop
Music | Smider
The Wild One
Camera / DoP / Direction: Aleš Bravničar / bravnicar.com
Edit: Rok Mele / rearok.com
Assistant: Anže Godec
Make-up: Tina Fabjan (head of make-up artists, Max Factor)
Music: Spread Your Love by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (© Virgin Records 2001)
Model: Nina Kohne
Clothes by American Apparel, Palmers & Nancy Beachwear. Tights by Armani for Wolford.
1960 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible provided by Igor Pirnat’s Dream Car Rentals/ limoporoke.com
Shot on a Canon.
Stuff we DIDN’T use for the making of this video (but would if we had it, Santa…):
Zacuto Scorpion DSLR Rig
Chrosziel Matte Box
Redrock Micro Follow Focus
Kessler Oracle with Camera Control Module
Vinten Vision 250 stand & head
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Directed by Otabek Djuraev
Producer: Alexandr Onishenko
Camera and post production: Otabek Djuraev
Asistent: Mihail Imaykin
Cast: Elena Grant
Special thanks to Alexandr Onishenko
Prague, Czech Republic
Duet for Leaves & Turntable
Recently I bought a turntable to use it for an experiment, but that didn’t turn out as I was expecting.
Then, I noticed the equally spaced ridges on the plate and got an idea for something else.
For about an hour I recorded short musical phrases by rubbing leaves against the turntable (the type of leaf, angle, pressure and fold determined the sound), then I combined the different takes together. Every element comes from those recordings, including the bass, kick and snare sounds (shaped with EQ, compression and resonators).
Humanoid robot built over 9 months… Just like a real boy.
‘Roboy’ was started in June 2012, and if all goes to plan will be finished by March 2013 for the Robots on Tour exhibition in Zurich. The robot is focused on humanoid movement, using a system of artificial tendons meant to give it a more natural movement.
The designers are also attempting to crowdfund development, selling space for logos or names on Roboy’s body and other rewards for between 25 and 50,000 Swiss francs ($27 to $55,000). Eventually, Roboy could be mass-produced as an aide for the elderly or other people who need live-in help, an idea that’s already being pioneered in Japan.
What do you get when you blend 37 motion graphics students from Hyper Island with 2.5 days and an image of Willy Wonka’s Oompa Loompa factory?
My Yoko Ono music video entertains the concept that we are all operated by a higher order, becoming ‘Puppets of technology’, entrusting the digital (FB) to archive our secrets. The film opens with a medical journal – design magazine hybrid, meant to simulate parents thumbing through a baby catalogue when gene selecting their perfect child.
We switch between worlds, seeing the un-hazardous duo Mads and Esben being birthed to in an incubator, operated by Hyper Island students who rotate facial expressions and manipulate skin types.
A collaboration with Lucy McRae and Hyper Island Motion Graphics 13 Stockholm.
Directed by Lucy McRae in collaboration with Hyper Island Motion Graphics 13 Stockholm
D.O.P: Felix Swensson
Edited by Dorrit Andersen
Post production by Norman Nisbet / Larsen VFX
Producer: Kate Constable, Leandro Santini, Andreas Markström, Daniel Cansu
Starring: Reptile Youth
Editing facilities by Welcome Post
Visual Effects Breakdown – Marvel The Avengers – Industrial Light & Magic
The Avengers – The larger challenges was pulling together the “tie-in” shot during the third act of the film. Rather than frames, this single shot is measured in minutes on screen and is one of the longest effects shots in the film. It incorporates both practical special effects and extensive digital visual effects by ILM. The New York City environment that serves as the setting for this shot and virtaully the entire alien invasion is computer generated by the visual effects team at ILM.