Video of GY filmed in 1989 of his mimicry by arm movements of the paths and directions of moving stimuli. From an unpublished study by John Barbur, Arash Sahraie, and Larry Weiskrantz. A summary of the procedure and the successfully followed paths can be found in Weiskrantz, Curr. Dir. Psychol. Sci., 1995, 4: 146-151. His non-responding to slowly moving stimuli led to a further study in which he was found to have excellent discrimination for the direction of slow movements in the complete absence of acknowledged awareness (cf. Weiskrantz, Barbur and Sahraie, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 1995, 92: 6122-6126), and this in turn led to a further brain imaging study revealing a brain area associated with awareness or its absence for fast vs. slowly moving stimuli (Sahraie, Weiskrantz, Barbur, Simmons, Williams, and Brammer, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 1997, 94: 9406-9411.).# vimeo.com/43957358 Uploaded 451 Plays 2 Likes 0 Comments
If you have ever been in a wide open landscape the most interesting thing isn't necessarily the landscape itself, but what you see coming over the horizon. Growing up in South Dakota the landscape itself can be beautiful at times, but that doesn't compare to what the sky can do, especially at night. Combine that with the landscape, and it makes for great photo opportunities. More information and stills at dakotalapse.com/2013/06/horizons/
Watch the 30 minute feature on Vimeo On Demand vimeo.com/ondemand/horizons
Bear McCreary (The Walking Dead, Defiance, Battlestar Galactica, etc) once again helped me with some original music for the video. This time he suggested adding vocals to the mix. Brendan McCreary and his band (Young Beautiful in a Hurry) did just that. They came up with “I Forever” The single is available on iTunes http://tinyurl.com/pgrq45p , Amazon and other online sources.
I shot Horizons from April - October 2012 mostly in South Dakota, but also some at Devils Tower in Wyoming. From the rugged Badlands, the White River valley and the Black Hills, the horizons seem to endlessly change.
Download the 30 minute long Horizons feature at dakotalapse.com/2013/06/horizons-feature
Photography and Editing – Randy Halverson
Production Assistants – River Halverson and Kelly McILhone
Color Correction - Jeff Zueger - Spectrum Films
Dynamic Perception – The Stage Zero and Stage One dollies were used in many of the shots. I can't recommend them enough for a quality product at a low price. dynamicperception.com/#oid=1005_1
Borrowlenses – Throughout the summer I got some great Canon and Zeiss lenses from Borrowlenses to use in the shoot. They have great service and every lens performed flawlessly. So if you ever want to try out a lens ,or just need one for an special shoot, give them a try! borrowlenses.com
Granite Bay Software – I try to avoid flicker in sunset or daytime timelapse while shooting. But sometimes it is unavoidable. I used GBDeflicker to smooth out the flicker in some of the sunset timelapse. granitebaysoftware.com/
Canon 5D Mark III, sometimes with a 2nd from Borrowlenses.com
Canon 5D Mark II
I used a variety of lenses, many from Borrowlenses.com
Canon 14, 16-35, 24-70, 50 F1.2, 70-200mm lenses
Zeiss 21, 25, 35mm lenses
Nikon 14-24mm with Novoflex Adapter
Available in 4K Ultra HD resolution.
Contact for licensing footage, shooting rates or anything else. My website dakotalapse.com
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A montage of my timelapse shots through the summer of 2010.
The dolly moves were done using two custom track and dolly systems that I engineered, utilizing off the shelf components with a bit of custom fabrication. My primary system consists of a set of Mumford rotary tables with a Time Machine for the motion control programming. The secondary system consisted of a lower tech servo city DC motor.
Music is by Hans Zimmer, "Dream is Collapsing" from the Inception soundtrack.# vimeo.com/14352658 Uploaded 1.4M Plays 8,022 Likes 424 Comments
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by Keiichi Matsuda
The architecture of the contemporary city is no longer simply about the physical space of buildings and landscape, more and more it is about the synthetic spaces created by the digital information that we collect, consume and organise; an immersive interface may become as much part of the world we inhabit as the buildings around us.
Augmented Reality (AR) is an emerging technology defined by its ability to overlay physical space with information. It is part of a paradigm shift that succeeds Virtual Reality; instead of disembodied occupation of virtual worlds, the physical and virtual are seen together as a contiguous, layered and dynamic whole. It may lead to a world where media is indistinguishable from 'reality'. The spatial organisation of data has important implications for architecture, as we re-evaluate the city as an immersive human-computer interface.# vimeo.com/14294054 Uploaded 280K Plays 2,956 Likes 67 Comments
Acest documentar, lansat în 26 septembrie 2010 în SUA (Wappinger Falls, New York), se bazează pe cercetările doctorului Rick Strassman, profesor de psihiatrie la Universitatea din New Mexico, făcute între 1990 şi 1995, cu sprijinul a 60 de voluntari, unii dintre ei fiind intervievaţi în film şi rezultatele fiind publicate în cartea DMT: The Spirit Molecule, ajunsă, acum, la a XV-a editie.
Dimetiltriptamina sau N,N-dimetiltriptamina, pe scurt DMT, este un compus halucinogenic din familia triptaminei.
DMT este prezentă, natural, nu numai în plante, ci şi în organismul unor mamifere şi mai ales în corpul uman, fiind o substanţă derivată a unui aminoacid esenţial pentru metabolismul uman, triptofanul, documentarul susţinând ipoteza neortodoxă, a producerii lui, în fapt, de către glanda pineală sau epifiza.# vimeo.com/37319914 Uploaded 41.1K Plays 56 Likes 0 Comments
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