Projection mapping has been around for quite a while now – we’ve all seen the outdoor shows where a building appears to fall apart and then re-assemble. Found Studio have brought it to a new level with their ‘Digital Transformations’ film for Fujitsu. In this film what you see looks like many layers of post produced CGI – whereas, in fact everything was shot in-camera, with no post at all – using a cool new technique called Holo-gauze developed by Stuart Warren Hill of Hextatic fame. It must have taken a lot of planning, but the end result is fantastic, I think. Continue reading “Found Studio – Digital Transformations Film For Fujitsu” »
This week we’ve gone kinda cosmic…Warping A Blue Dot is an experimental animation that explores the interaction between us, the planet we live in, and the basic structure of life and the Universe. So, not much then. Continue reading “Marco Bagni – Warping A Blue Dot Animation” »
Just a quick note to remind everyone that the Early bird prices for submitting to the BassAwards are about to run out on 3rd May. As you can see from the list of costs below, it’s a lot cheaper to submit now rather than later – so, get a move on!
Above is a gold winner from last year in the Experimental Film category by Neon.
So, unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, it’s no surprise that one of the big topics at the South By South West (SXSW) festival recently was Virtual Reality – VR. As with most technologies there needs to be a close collab between the people making the tech and the people with interesting stories. This latest intermingling of The Mill, Google ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects group) and Director Justin Lin into a 360 degree film called “HELP” seems to have done just that in an explosive way. Continue reading “Google ATAP & The Mill – Help 360º VR Film” »
Just when you expect everything to be CGI-ed to hell, a project comes along to confound your expectations where all the special effects are created live and in-camera…. Continue reading “Found – “Black Badge” Rolls Royce Films” »