Wednesday, 30. June 2010
The Lion ManOhh my ... I love these magnificent creatures!
This is an unbelievable view to wild life ...
Tuesday, 09. December 2008
Cute Animal Christmas Song
(via The Presurfer)
Saturday, 15. November 2008
IcelandIceland. Land of contrasts: Hot water and Ice, situated in the North Atlantic, right above the mid-ocean ridge that separates America and Europe. A film by Eva Sturm.
Looks like a fantasy world ... breath taking scenary!
Saturday, 01. November 2008
Evolving TidesA short wildlife film showing the wildlife that can be found along the North Norfolk Coast during the winter.
From Seals to migrating waders, salt marshes to shingle dunes, we are able to see many species and beautiful sights in this special part of Norfolk.
Produced by Peter Naylor
Music by Kye Rodriguez & Peter Fellows
I like the wave-like movement of those birds and the time lapse parts ...
Obama's New 30 min Long InfomercialThis is the full version directly from Obama's Youtube channel.
MTV MusicApparently MTV Music is going back to its roots. The new site is clean, has piles of videos, and they can all be embedded.
Dire Straits: Money For Nothing
Saturday, 25. October 2008
Swan LakeThis is the Waltz from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake suite, rendered through my music visualiser. This is an entirely generative/audio reactive animation, i.e. no keyframing or manual input or editing. Programmed using the Processing language.
Created by Glenn Marshall.
WOW - this CGI Fantasia is absolutely breathtaking!
"Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to program images, animation, and interactions. It is used by students, artists, designers, researchers, and hobbyists for learning, prototyping, and production. It is created to teach fundamentals of computer programming within a visual context and to serve as a software sketchbook and professional production tool. Processing is an alternative to proprietary software tools in the same domain".
COOOOOL: Processing 1.0
Eye Make Up Lessons, Tutorials & How To'sLauren Luke - aka panacea81 - has become a sensation on YouTube simply by uploading makeup tutorial videos. They are great for getting inspiration and Lauren loves to experiment with colour. If you fancy copying the latest celebrity look then these videos show you how, e.g. she has lessons devoted to recreating the eyes of Avril Lavigne, Kylie Minogue, Rhianna, Leona Lewis, and many other stars.
Lauren offers not only celebrity looks, also experiments with the latest colors, responds to readers’ special requests, and more.
Millions of people have viewed these videos ... you should too!
Her YouTube channel has over 55,000 subscribers
and her most popular video has had over 1.4 million views.
The BBC did also a short piece on her:
SkullTroniXYou may enjoy this video of a creepy animatronic talking skull, ideal for a high-tech haunted house at Halloween!
My name is Jerry Jewell. I designed the SkullTroniX hardware and my cohort in crime is Mike Fox who provides the voices and animation.
A little history: I've been running a haunt for many years and over 10 years ago it was converted from a home haunt to a non-profit teen leadership program called Scary U. While working on Scary U we developed some effective but mechanically crude talking skulls for our own use.
Well, the skull was a great success and after 18 months of constant development and tens of thousands of development dollars I progressed from the first version to what is now known as Rev 3 ...
Skulltronix's new Ghost Bust can bring a innocent looking marble bust to life in ghostly fashion. The effect looks real, scary real!
The secret is a 3D projection system, one that maps a video performance of an actor in make-up to a bust prop designed with a special surface for displaying the projection in 3D. The final trick is the performance itself, as both facial expressions and voice capture nuances animated puppets can't.
Saturday, 18. October 2008
Galapagos7 minutes of underwater Galapagos shot September 2008 by Darek Sepiolo, inspired by Hans Zimmer's music.
Hans Zimmer is one of my favorite composer amd the music goes great. The last two minutes are absolutely amazing - love the turtle, dolphins, penguins, and the whale shark at the end is EPIC!
Keeping our Planet Intact - Dr. Martin VosselerI met Martin Vosseler in New York after he walked from Los Angeles to Boston in 7 1/2 months to mobilize the people about solar energy. A former doctor in Switzerland he felt the duty to inspire others and stopped his academic career. A year ago he crossed the Atlantic with a solar boat together with 4 other active scientists and adventurers. He proved that with the energy a hairdryer or a iron needs, you can run a whole boat with two electric motors, the whole technical and kitchen equipment - only with the energy of the available sun-light. After our interview he went back to Europe, but not by plane but on board of a freightliner from Miami to Italy. He said, he prefers not to use the airplane, if not absolutely necessary. In his interview he reveals all about his economical and spiritual approach to live.
A short film by Swiss videographer Kedar.
Saturday, 11. October 2008
AmbiquityOh! Trippy & Beautiful! Applause!!
Music by Melodic Energy Commission
Fractal by Michel Gingras
Clip by Michel Gingras
The Fly and The EyeThis viral commercial was created to promote the new Black Thinking clothing line. It doesn't look like an ad! It's a fantastic tribute to Hitchcock, film noir and silent slapstick shorts.
ShivaBertrand Avril is a French student at Supinfocom Arles. He's interested in 3D animation and he did this one minute short film. Well done.
Friday, 03. October 2008
Learn To Fly"Learn To Fly" is a short film by Christian Letruria from South Africa (2008).
The Blue Crane is the national bird of South Africa. It began a sudden population decline from around 1980 and is now classified as vulnerable.
Enjoy this moving piece!