1. Chemical Brothers 'Velodrome' - London 2012


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    Crystal has created a three minute animated sequence for the song’s promotional video to match its heart-pounding rhythms. Played in the Velodrome before every session the video shows the Velodrome as never before, literally pulsating with excitement. “We’ve created sweeping contours and sleek surfaces as the backdrop for an intense, futuristic cycling ‘duel’ as two animated riders power round the track,” said Darren Groucutt, creative director at Crystal. “It truly brings the Velodrome to life.” James O’Brien, LOCOG Head of Sports Presentation, said: ‘Inspiring people to engage with sport has always been central to our vision and we want to ensure the way we present sport adds to the experience of the spectators in the venues and builds the atmosphere. This will be a special summer and we are grateful to everyone who has given their time and expertise over the past years.’

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      from Kayalight Studios / Added

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      那刹 Ksana Institute is a non profit organisation established to pursue research into the sonic capabilities of human beings. This is the first in a series of experiments we are undertaking on test subject WanDan. For more information please visit http://ksanainstitute.com or follow us at http://facebook.com/KsanaInstitute @KsanaInstitute

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      • A Momentary Lapse of London


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        ABOUT A MOMENTARY LAPSE OF LONDON: When I first moved to London a few years ago the first period of my relationship with the city wasn’t that great, I couldn’t find a connection, I felt like a stranger and I couldn’t feel any inspiration at all. But then, all of a sudden, one night I was walking on the South Bank when a glorious sunset caught my attention and I experienced that beautiful sensation of feeling like home. And at that point, it was. It has been exactly like when you meet someone and at first you don’t like him/her, but then you hang out for a while and, before you can realise, you’re in love! So the main idea behind this timelapse movie was simply to write a sort of visual love letter to the city that stole my heart and that gives me a lot of inspiration every single day. The technical stuff: Shot with a Canon 5D Mark II w/ TC-80N3 timer Lenses: - Canon EF 24/105 f/4L IS USM - Zeiss Jena Flektogon MC 2.8/20 M42 - Zeiss Jena Flektogon MC 2.4/35 M42 - Zeiss Jena Sonnar MC 2.8/180 M42 Music is "This Love" by Craig Armstrong available on the iTunes Music Store: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/this-love/id340787499?i=340787651 Special thanks to Ms Leah Larkin @ the London Eye Press Office for the photography permit

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        • The Olympians


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          A stylistic, low-poly 3D short that sees the Gods of Olympus descend upon central London to battle it out in a trial of athleticism to light the torch. This was a successful concept piece we produced last year and recently expanded into a full 3D short to celebrate the Olympics Encore Anniversary this July. For more info head over to: http://theolympians3d.co.uk Making of Video: https://vimeo.com/72484173 Making of blog: http://www.theolympians3d.co.uk/?p=42 Or, if you want to say hi :) @mastersofpie The Piemen: @mattratcliffe @karlmaddix Music Composition And Sound : @BenBrannanMusic Title Sequence: @robscott1329 Additional Environment modelling: @mrmolinon

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          • Becoming an Athlete - Behind the Scenes


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            This short film explains the making of the award-winning series Becoming an Athlete. Shot in late 2011/early 2012 with the Athletes of the French National Sports Institute in Paris (including several Olympic ahtletes), with a mix of Broncolor strobes and continuous light. Based on a concept © Max Riché. The series won the EISA Maestro Silver Award Europe, 2012-2013.

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            • The Championships at Wimbledon


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              There really is no other place like Wimbledon. The Ivy. The grass. The roof. The rain. The grunting. The victories. The silence. The cheers. And then more rain. We walked in as the timelapse team. We left ready to hit the courts back in the states...headbands and all. You always feel like that though. When we were on the aircraft carrier, we wanted to be pilots. At the X-Games, we wanted to skate again. At Le Mans, it was racing and at Mavericks, it was surfing. But when your first tennis experience is an all access pass to the most prestigious tournament in the world, who can blame us for ordering rackets to the house at the airport as we were leaving London. Its true. There is no place like Wimbledon. Its a place that seems to never age. Maybe its the photos of MacEnroe and Sampras on the walls. The hallways where dozens of champions have won and lost. Maybe its because the most famous tennis players casually walk and hang out around town. People camp overnight for ground's passes. They pile on Murray Mound to watch the big screen. The moment you walk through those gates, its like entering a place that time hasn't touched. To be honest, it was the best way to get someone hooked on a sport. Timelapse was our focus and that was all we did for 10 days. During the day we shot and tried to stay out of everyones way. At night after the sun went down, it was preparing the shots for broadcast the next day. It was a grind and a hustle but watching your work air on TV the next day makes it all worth it. This short film was produced by Steve Lawrence and ESPN for the 126th Wimbledon Championships. The shots were used in the broadcast of the tournament. This is a personal compilation of the work we did. Big huge thanks to the following people that inspired us and encouraged us. J-Fred, Sweeney, Stevie, Cory, Matti, Twz, Sammy, Jamie, Joalin, Ricky, Leslie, Mark, Rory, Lacy, Candace, Whitney, Tim, Freddie, Marco Shot on the new Stage One Motion Control System from Dynamic Perception ( http://goo.gl/eNlcu ) Shot on the new Omni Tracker Motorized HD Dolly System ( http://goo.gl/Ds0if ) Music from: 1. The Orb of Dreamers - Little Big Music ( http://goo.gl/Yyi6i ) 2. Greenland - Emancipator ( http://goo.gl/xuIYr ) 3. The Night Before You Came - Paresse ( http://goo.gl/PyUia ) 4. Stratus - Pablo ( http://goo.gl/1QREh ) 5. Hardest Geometry Problem in the World - Mark Mothersbaugh ( http://goo.gl/QT1pU ) 6. Monday - Jon Brion ( http://goo.gl/ku5Ee ) 7. Sharp Little Guy - Mark Mothersbaugh ( http://goo.gl/QT1pU )

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              • Universal Everything Reel 2011


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                www.universaleverything.com www.twitter.com/universalevery

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                • Katie Taylor London 2012 Tribute


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                  A tribute to Katie Taylor's Olympic gold medal winning performance at London 2012.

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                  • London 2012


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                    • Olympic Games 2012 Volleyball in slow motion


                      from Yngve Sundfjord / Added

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                      Some moments and highlights from the Olympic Games 2012 Volleyball tournament. Music: Jakob - Malachite

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