Animade’s frankenSim is a great example of where interactivity and animation come together. They say “The theme of this web-toy is a grotesque, pink-hued dissection of the human body, with interconnecting pop-up windows containing organs to manipulate. Rolling eyeballs, blonde locks riddled with lice and a hairy nostril are among the malleable body bits in this virtual laboratory, with more absurd twists and surprises emerging as you continue to explore…” Continue reading “Animade – frankenSim Game” »
I really wanted to share this.new project coming out of Google Labs at the moment called Deep Dream. No only is this fractal style imaging amazingly trippy to look at, but it’s been developed as part of a project that looks at neural networks. Why should we care about this? you might ask – well it’s all part of research that looks at how the human brain processes images and delivers visual recognition to us. Continue reading “Google Labs Deep Dream Fractal Animation” »
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Bristol-based studio Burrell Durrant Hifle have animated seven poems for a feature length documentary film called War of Words – Soldier-Poets of the Somme, about writers such as J.R.R Tolkien, Siegfried Sassoon and Robert Graves who fought and wrote from the same battlefield.
We caught up with BDH‘s Creative Director John Durrant to talk about the project in more detail. Continue reading “Burrell Durrant Hifle – The Somme in Seven Poems” »