Some artists got that kind of talent that transports us to a world of complete awe, making us not believe that someone would be so much talented like that. That’s exactly the case of Shintaro Ohata, an artist from Hiroshima. via: abduzeedo
In the past, projection mapping worked only from a single, static view point, and thus was very limited. By attaching the PlayStation Move to the camera, we can track projections to screens in real time, enhancing the effect of spatial deformation and false perspective on the projections and allowing viewers to look round (virtual) corners,
Here a selection of work of Chris Labrooy. An English artist who mixes with talent the letters and the matters for typographical compositions in 3D. Visually interesting work. [Source: fubiz]
A beautiful experiment and realization with this mapping 3D in the form of Zoetrope: an optical technique allowing to give the illusion of movement. A projection on the title of the group Battles “IPT2 ″ and a concept of VJing by Retchy based with Dundee, in Scotland. [Source: fubiz]
This Kinetic Typography project was created from the dialogue of Conan O’Brien’s final episode of The Tonight Show on NBC. In this farewell address, he describes his feelings towards NBC and the situation at hand. His personality exudes positivity and humor allowing this dialogue to describe his character very well. Even through the hardships of
“Hezarfen” is a very funny 3D animated short film based on the Turkish legend of the same name, about the first attempt by a human to flight in 1632. A fresh short film directed by Tolga Ari, Romain Blanchet, Chung-Yu Huang and Remy Hurlinfrom. [Source: ufunk]
“Funk upon a time (in the chocolate Milky Way)” is a short film based on the concept of “Mothership Connection” created by George Clinton and his P-funk band Parliament_Directed by Baptiste Jaquemet aka Baba 3000.
Created by CGI artist Alex Roman, every single shot in this photo-realistic commercial for Silestone was made inside a computer, using 3ds Max, V-ray, After Effects and edited in Premiere.
A 3D hologram on stage instead of Japanese idols? Hatsune Miku is a Japanese idol like so many others, she is young, sexy, performs on stage choreography of Japanese girl band, etc.. The difference is that Hatsune Miku is a virtual idol created in 2007 by the company Crypton Future Media for the launch of
An extraordinary projection mapping event, for an extraordinary car. Relive the story of a car which recycles energy as it drives – the Toyota Auris with Hybrid Synergy Drive.
Sony’s BRAVIA HDTV with 3D takes visitors into the fictional and fantastic Sony Innovation Center. Here we see Sony engineers working alongside celebrities to bring Sony’s new BRAVIA HDTV with 3D features to life.
On ExpeditionTitanic.com, fans dive down 12,500 feet to a 3D replica of Titanic. Users can learn more about the expedition and the Ship itself through text, photos and video.
A determined young boy, Ragu, is sent by his master on his final quest to become a monk. A seemingly simple task becomes an unexpected challenge for Ragu as he discovers the real value of his quest.
This is truly insane, in a good way. Leong Huang Zi grew up dreaming of distant futures and foreign life forms. The future has always been the driving force for Zi’s imagination. Now, after years of conceptualization, Zi has put together not only concepts but stories and characters for what the future could hold. I’ve
Air CGI is an image production studio and animation company from Worcestershire, UK. They are experts in CGI image production, in which they can successfully bring together photography and CGI to produce some of the finest quality images, animations and campaigns, paying meticulous attention to detail and realism. Because of that they have big names