A film of the stunningly beautiful and extremely tough Chamonix-Zermatt ski tour - or part of it. Filmed on a GH13; edited and graded in FCPX. Music: 11 strANGE Ls by Mark Neil (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Mark_Neil/Blue_1922/11_strANGE_Ls)
and Silhouettes by The OO-Ray
The Palma Aquarium in Palma de Mallorca, Illes Balears, Spain invited me to dive once again in their main attraction: The Big Blue, the deepest Shark aquarium in Europe with its 33 metres long, 25 metres wide and 8.5 metres deep dimensions and its 3.5 million litres volume. Christ Keller and Leticia Lope welcomed me to the Aquarium, and the dive was truly awesome! In 2008 already, Palma Aquarium had invited me for a Shark presentation and for a dive in The Big Blue with my friend Alric Choulat.
This is an update to the first 3D Primitives animation that was done a few years ago. This time the entire thing is rendered in stereo 1080p [HD] and has many more scenes. The geometry of the shapes are much more complex and sometimes morph in front of your eyes. There is also lots of depth of field rendering going on to help give the 3D an extra POP that makes it worth watching.
This edit of the video is rendered in 3D anaglyph format because Vimeo doesn't support a way to switch between 2D and 3D modes. If you want to see a 2D version of the animation you can check out the versions on Youtube, and Nvidia 3DVision Live: