Part 2 of 2 of my 8-Bit day today.
Part 1 of 2 of my 8-BIT day today….
The technology to do hyper realistic animations is there for years – but looking at the final outcome I wonder why doesn’t someone take it to the next level?
So I continue to find the “making of” more interesting than the product itself…
Colorful: “A second series of reveal films created for AOL and launched at the New Museum, NYC. Used for web video, mobile, digital campaigns and outdoor LED displays.”
worth watching – thanks Anne!
“… The Super Mario Bros. game, released on the Nintendo Entertainment System, is not longer bound to the television size and get interactive with a new environment. … ”
Thanks so much again to http://blog.stuttgarter-zeitung.de/ – never ending source of inspiration.
And don’t forget about it…
Original talk here: http://www.ted.com/talks/dan_pink_on_motivation.html
via @VizeumCph – thank you!
“With a storyline initially based on the prophecies of the seemingly most syncretic, ridiculous and pointless religion in the world — though really not any more syncretic, ridiculous and pointless than any and all other religions — computer-aided handdrawn 2D animation and 2D-3D-hybrid background art celebrate a renaissance of the unconscious, free from the technocratic structuralism of our times.”
also check out his site http://schlaefferdesign.de/
(via http://www.dare.co.uk/ – thanks!)
Check out the article here http://createdigitalmotion.com/2010/04/meet-cinder-free-barbarian-group-code-…
and then go here http://libcinder.org/ to see the site
and meet the makers here http://www.barbariangroup.com/
worth watching. Thanks Lionel.
just in time for the weekend. have a good one!
Song by Tom Waits. Design, photography and lettering by Jackie Lay. Awarded a Certificate of Typographic Excellence by the Type Directors Club.
Thanks Jessica for finding and sharing!
In his short animation Augmented (Hyper)Reality, Keiichi Matsuda’s offers a glimpse of an alternate universe, with augmented reality cranked up to the next level. But what to think of these kind of slick animations that provide us with either utopian or dystopian visions of our technofuture? …
read it all at http://www.nextnature.net/2010/02/augmented-hyperreality/
(as always – watch fullscreen. with big audio.)
via Jef Cunningham – thank you – by Molleindustria, which btw. have an adorable claim: “Radical games against the dictatorship of entertainment”.