Although the title of the show – X-Ray Mega Airport might suggest another of those everyday documentaries with the word “Mega” in the title – the technology employed to show off of the world’s largest and most complex aviation hubs – Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is absolutely cutting edge. Continue reading “Earth – X-Ray Mega Airport CGI for Discovery” »
It’s no secret that Future Deluxe have been collaborating with high end graphics card maestros Nvidia for a while now. As a cherry on the cake they have had the chance to produce a product launch film for what is (for the moment, anyway) the “Fastest graphics card on the planet” the Titan X – coming in two versions – the cheapest of which will cost you a cool £1000… Continue reading “Future Deluxe – Nvidia Titan X & Cymatics Experiments” »
It seems like Territory have been working on some more top notch motion graphics for the big screen. Having just finished future tech look for all the screen graphics on box office hit Ex Machina, they have also been working on a small but just as intriguing project called Miles
It’s a proof of concept short film called Miles, directed by Oliver Daly with screen graphics, holograms and end titles by Territory and VFX photographer Andrew Gant shooting with a new Xbox Kinect piece of tech called Depth Kit. Continue reading “Territory – Miles Concept Film” »
Yes, its See No Evil time again – something to brighten up these dull weeks until spring is upon us… This time round is the hugely talented artist/director Greg Barth. I posted the promotional video he created for online Belgian music platform “Hello Play” as an example of his work – of course there are many more weird and wonderful music videos, experimental comedy and whatnot on his website. Continue reading “See No Evil Feb 2015 Get Together With Greg Barth” »
Inspired by the ingenious repetitive rhythms of Steve Reich’s ‘Music for 18 Musicians’, director Frédéric Bonpapa was first motivated to make this film 12 years ago. Frédéric has been working in VFX in Paris for over 10 years, but moved to London last year.
Fuelled by Frédéric’s VFX skills (working in SoftImage, Mental Ray and Nuke) and a love for music, he has created this wonderful piece of minimal experimental storytelling, which he describes as “a synaesthetic experience”. We spoke to the director to find out the intention and the process behind the work… Continue reading “Frédéric Bonpapa – Light Motif – Animated Film” »