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Juil 28

DEEP TUBE Experimentation by Joanie Lemercier-Thomas Vaquié-Visual System

DEEP TUBE is a 30 meters long little big hole inside the famous Brussels’s Atomium in Belgium (non sexual installation)
This installation was created in June 2013 for #ID2013 but we never posted yet , today we do …
RESEARCH, EXPERIMENT, CREATE

In 1958 a World’s Fair was held in Brussels, Belgium and to mark this monumental occasion they built the Atomium. Designed by André Waterkeyn its structure—steel-clad spheres connected by tubes to form a square—mimics the structure of an iron crystal magnified billions of times. Fast forward 55 years and now, inside this iconic building, resides a light installation called -Infinity, a collaboration between Joanie Lemercier and Visual System.
It’s part of a summer exhibition entitled ID#2013 Poème Numérique inspired by Le Corbusier and Xenakis’ innovative video installation Poeme Electronique which featured at the 1958 Expo.
For the site-specific installation -Infinity the artists investigate “the spatial qualities of light”. Sticks of LEDs ride up the interior of one of the tube, augmenting the structure and responding to sounds and tone—

Team VS:
Julien Guinard, Vincent Obadia, Benjamin Lorthioir,Ambroise Mouline, Pierre Gufflet, Joachim Correia, Ian Castronovo, Le Tone, Tom Modeste, Sebastien Escudie, Thierry Pillet et Valère Terrier

Original Sound Design for DEEP TUBE
Thomas Vaquié

Thanks to Henri Simons, Arnaud Bozzini, Johan Vandenperre and all the Atomium Team

Cast: Visual System and Joanie Lemercier

Tags: led, visual system, bruxelles, brussels, atomium, installation, experiment, art, create and research http://dlvr.it/6RnzK8 via #LeCollagiste Channel

Ceramic Cylinder Projection Mapping Tests

3D projection mapping onto the ceramics of Steven Geddes.
stevengeddes-ceramics.co.uk/

Cast: Joe Catchpole

Tags: quartz composer, projection mapping, 3D and Steven Geddes http://dlvr.it/6RnzHp via #LeCollagiste Channel

Juil 27

Vazquez Sounds - 2014 Tour Intro

stage visual

Cast: Rafael Altable and ALTERED Vjs

Tags: altable, ra7uz, 3d, motion, animation, mexico, tour, stage, visuals, live, show, fractal, gold, vazquez, sounds, music and clip http://dlvr.it/6RPp6v via #LeCollagiste Channel

Juil 25

PABLO NERUDA VUELVE A CAMINAR POR SANTIAGO / Beamvertising / Julio 2014.

Actividad realizada para el natalicio número 110 del poeta en la ciudad de Santiago, encargo de la Fundación Pablo Neruda, donde hicimos un recorrido desde la Chascona donde comenzó fumando de su pipa, luego empezó a caminar por Bellavista donde lo acompañaron cientos de personas, luego se sentó a leer en la Biblioteca Nacional, y pasó a escribir a la Universidad de Chile, luego se devolvíó caminado a su casa donde todavía lo esperaban algunas personas a quienes también les recitó versos antes de terminar su recorrido.
La imagen del poeta nacional, se reflejó a través de muros, casas y plazas, La proyección se realizó con la técnica audiovisual llamada “beamvertising” que consiste en una proyección dinámica sobre un vehículo proyectando un contenido operado en tiempo real que se contextualiza con el entorno urbano. Se utilizó la técnica de rotoscopía digital para poder recortar las imágenes de archivo previamente seleccionadas que dispuso la Fundación.

Agradecemos a la Fundación Pablo Neruda por confiarnos este trabajo, especialmente a Vivián Lavín por creer en este proyecto.

fundacionneruda.org/es/videos
video realizado por Jauría Films.

LINKS DE PRENSA:
latercera.com/noticia/cultura/2014/07/1453-586348-9-holograma-de-neruda-recorrio-las-calles-de-santiago-en-su-cumpleanos-110.shtml
radio.uchile.cl/2014/07/11/pablo-neruda-revive-para-recorrer-las-calles-de-santiago
biobiochile.cl/2014/07/06/a-110-anos-de-su-nacimiento-el-poeta-pablo-neruda-vuelve-a-transitar-las-calles-de-santiago.shtml

Cast: Delight Lab, Andrea Gana and GGM

Tags: pablo neruda, beamvertising, proyección, santiago, fundación, natalicio and delight lab http://dlvr.it/6QflzF via #LeCollagiste Channel

Juil 24

Improving your 3D renders in Photoshop

In this tutorial, we’re going to take a look at how to improve your 3D renders drastically using simple techniques in Photoshop. Nearly everything you render from any 3D application will benefit from some post work in an application such as Photoshop, even if it’s just simple color grading. By default, most renders are bland; they’re missing contrast and the colors are usually far from perfect.

Useful tools:
- Brightness/Contrast
- Color Balance
- Black & White Layer for checking your values
- Brush tool

Photoshop is used here, as it really gives you a lot of control when it comes to the brush-engine. Applications such as Nuke and Fusion are amazing for post work too, and their color grading tools are far more advanced than Photoshop, but the brush tools here really makes it worth it.

We hope this tutorial sheds some light on the subject and will convince you to spend time really thinking about post work as a part of the project and an after-thought or regarding it as cheating.

Feel free to check out the rest of our tutorials over at flippednormals.com

Cast: FlippedNormals

Tags: FlippedNormals, Henning Sanden, Morten Jæger, CG Tutorial, 3d, Modo, Maya, ZBrush, Tutorial, Animation, 3D Modeling, post work and Photoshop http://dlvr.it/6Q6CGQ via #LeCollagiste Channel

Submergence01

**NEW : FINAL VIDEO EDIT JUST UPLOADED TO vimeo.com/60665655 **

Sneak peak at Submergence, Squidsoup’s new project on show at Galleri ROM, Oslo, Norway, January 17 - February 17 2013.

Submergence explores immersion and interaction within volumetric light based visuals created through 8,064 individual points of light.

A Squidsoup project by Anthony Rowe, Gaz Bushell, Chris Bennewith, Liam Birtles and Ollie Bown.

Submergence was built with the support of Norsk Kulturråd (Norwegian Arts Council), Oslo School of Architecture and Design and Galleri ROM.

squidsoup.org
OceanOfLight.net

Cast: squidsoup

Tags: immersion, interaction, volumetric visualisation, voxel and media art http://dlvr.it/6Q2Zwb via #LeCollagiste Channel

Digital Grotesque . Printing Architecture

Digital Grotesque is the first fully immersive, solid, human-scale, enclosed structure that is entirely 3D printed out of sand. This structure, measuring 16 square meters, is materialized with details at the threshold of human perception. Every aspect of this architecture is composed by custom-designed algorithms.

Please visit digital-grotesque.com for a further description.

Architects:
Michael Hansmeyer
Benjamin Dillenburger

Partners and Sponsors:
• Chair for CAAD, Prof. Hovestadt, ETH Zurich
• Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich
• voxeljet AG
• FRAC Centre
• Strobel Quarzsand GmbH
• Pro Helvetia

Research for the Digital Grotesque project was carried out at the Chair for CAAD at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. All components were printed by voxeljet AG. The first part of Digital Grotesque is a commission by FRAC Centre for its permanent collection.

Fabrication Team:
Maria Smigielska, Miro Eichelberger, Yuko Ishizu, Jeanne Wellinger, Tihomir Janjusevic, Nicolás Miranda Turu, Evi Xexaki, Akihiko Tanigaito

Video & Photo:
Demetris Shammas, Achilleas Xydis

Music:
“Flicker” by Origamibiro (origamibiro.com)

Cast: Digital Grotesque and Sham Mas

Tags: 3D Printing, Computational Architecture, Digital Grotesque, Additive Manufacturing, Digital Fabrication, Chair for CAAD, ETH Zurich, Installation, Art, Sculpture and Algorithm http://dlvr.it/6Q1msP via #LeCollagiste Channel

Juil 23

STUDIO MIX [EXCERPT]

Live graphic composition done with C-MiX, my vvvv based VJ software.
Background made by MrVux, typography by Unc, some realtime generated graphics and compositing by me.

Music : Architectural - Looking Ahead

Cast: cloneproduction, vux and unc

Tags: vj, C-MiX, live visual, generated, generative, art, typography, shader, vvvv, 3D, graphics and font http://dlvr.it/6PfNPL via #LeCollagiste Channel

Basement Jaxx // Never Say Never

#TWERKBOT

Twerkbot is a bi-pedal wonder created to save mankind from losing touch with the art of dance. Using various sensory stimuli & JAXX patented buttocks technology, it mimics any form of lower body movement at near flawless accuracy. Whether its functions serve as a faithful instructor or a dance floor companion, one thing is certain…the Twerkbot will bring dance back to mankind.

WRITER & DIRECTOR // Saman Kesh
samanftw.com
twitter.com/ghibli303

LINE PRODUCER // Courtney Davies
PRODUCTION COMPANY // SKUNK
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS // Shelly Townsend & Matt Factor
COMMISSIONER // John Moule

TWERK-BOT DESIGN & BUILD // Alterian Inc.
Tony Gardner, Lilo Tauvao, Peter Chevako
alterianinc.com

CINEMATOGRAPHY // Guillermo Garza
WARDROBE STYLIST // Michelle Thompson
EDITING // Mandy Brown & Saman Kesh
PRODUCTION DESIGN // Greg Lang
ART DIRECTOR // Coran Deloy Oberlin

COLORIST // Derek Hansen (MPC)
SOUND DESIGN // Brent Kiser
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR // Jesse Sternbaum
DIRECTOR ASSISTANT // Brendan Varni
PROLOGUE MUSIC // Ed Hobbs

LEAD VFX Consultant // Justin Hantz
LEAD VFX Artist // Mike Kelley
ROTOSCOPE ARTISTS // Moving Picture Company (MPC)

GRAPHICS & READ-OUT DESIGNS // Cosimo Galluzzi
READ-OUT MOTION // Mike Kelley, Justin Hantz
READ-OUT & ‘ADD TO CART’ CG // Saman Kesh

TALENT
Mr Nakamatsu // Toshiji Takeshima
Mrs Nakamatsu // Kazuho Yamazaki
Twerker // Nicole Steen
Scientist 1 // TJ Yoshizaki
Scientist 1 // Swee Khor
Scientist 1 // Muneki Nakamoto
Scientist 1 // Charles Han
Scientist 1 // Jon Chua
Truck Packer // Ben Barrett

CO-PRODUCERS // Joe Faulstich, Alterian Inc, Saman Kesh
PICK-UP PRODUCER // Carrie Schreck
PICK-UP AC // Andres Cuevas
PICK-UP PA // Royce Isaacson

GAFFER // David McCabe
KEY GRIP // Jake Smith
1ST AC // Jonathan Dec
2ND AC // Jordan Gaylor
BB ELECTRIC // Andrew Simone
BB GRIP // Tim Nash
GRIP // David Connan
DATA MANAGER // Paolo Arriola
WARDROBE SEAMSTRESS // Mindy Iller

SPECIAL “ASS SLAP” THANKS // Jason Colon

SPECIAL THANKS!
Sascha Keshavarz, Randy Hoss, Bob Porter, Taylor Dean McCausland, Joe Vierra, Nicoletta Rousseva, Taylor Tsao, Chris Merchant, Shane Greb

COPYRIGHT 2014 // PIAS

Cast: Saman Kesh

Tags: Twerk, Twerkbot, Basement Jaxx, Rudy, Romeo, Where’s Your Head At, House, Booty, Dancing, Robot, Puppet, Anamatronic, Jaxx Industries, Japan, Tokyo and Sex Toys http://dlvr.it/6PSZgy via #LeCollagiste Channel

OFFF St. Petersburg 2014 Main Titles by The Mill

While OFFF on Tour has been growing, this year we had our second special stop: OFFF Saint Petersburg.

Not only we are proud of The Mill being part of OFFF family for many years now, but we also have the honor to present to you their golden work and this time it’s OFFF Saint Petersburg Main Titles.

We warn you that you will be replaying this video for a while because every time you watch it you’ll discover something brilliant —Our eyes couldn’t get enough of the details.

More info and details about the project here:
themill.com/offf-skazka.aspx
themillblog.com/2014/07/offf-st-petersburg-titles-the-saga-of-collaboration/

Design & Animation Studio: Mill+
Director: Rama Allen
Art Director: Christopher Palazzo
Executive Producer: Danielle Amaral
Producer: Tia Perkins
Director of Photography: Adam Carboni

Soundscapes: Fall On Your Sword
Music: Darkness Falls

Editing Company: The Mill
Editor: Charlotte Carr

Post-Production / VFX Company: The Mill
Executive Producer: Danielle Amaral
VFX Producer: Jason Bartnett
Pre-Viz: Navdeep Singh
Colorist: Michael Rossiter
Coordinator: Georgina Castle

Design:
Technical Director: Andreas Berner
Lead Designer: Yossanun Sangpattharamatee
Particle Designer: Gabriel Pulecio
Designers: Yossanun Sangpattharamatee, Gabriel Pulecio, Christopher Palazzo, Viraj Ajmeri
Typography Design: Christopher Palazzo
Animation & Compositing: Gabriel Pulecio, Viraj Ajmeri, Anthony Dodero, Lloyd Alvarez, Dave Rogers, Ashley Tyas, Justin Bakies, York Capistrano, Yossanun Sangpattharamatee, Christopher Palazzo

NYIT
Matt Cornelius, Steve Gehrhardt, Joseph Kerkovich, Raymond Martinez

Special Thanks:
Heather Fullerton
Boo Wong
Eduard Dimasov
Joseph Hodgson

Cast: OFFF, let’s feed the future and The Mill

Tags: OFFF, Ontour, 2014, Saint Petersburg and The Mill http://dlvr.it/6PRPHf via #LeCollagiste Channel