Video for Willow's 'Sweater'.
Everything shot in studio with 3 beamers projecting on a floor and two walls.
Directed by: Filip Sterckx
DOP: Pierre Schreuder
3D animation / Editing: Filip Sterckx
Production: Pierre Schreuder, Filip Sterckx
Technical support: Aitor Biedma
Production assistant: Nils Goddeeris
Thanks to: Het Depot, Stake5, Cools multimedia, Tom Brewaeys, Birgit Sterckx, Antoon Verbeeck, Pieter-Jan Boghe
The whimsical journey of a mysterious vending machine dwelling creature who explores the shadowy corners of Tokyo after dark.
Kaiju (怪獣 kai-jū) is a Japanese word that means "strange beast," but often translated in English as "monster".
We'd love to connect with anybody who enjoyed the film, and encourage you to send our little kaiju out into the big bad world. Continue to check back on the official Facebook page for updates on the film and a limited toy release! And then go download the addictive song adapted from the Kaiju theme, 'Sleepwalking' by Papi Kiki. soundcloud.com/papikiki/sleepwalking
Writer/Director: TWiN (Jonathan & Josh Baker)
Lead Actor: Tei Ryushin
Producer (Japan): Sayaka Ito
Editor: Ben Suenaga
Animation Direction: Nick Losq
Lead CG: Chris Clyne
Character Rigging: Kiel Figgins
Animation: Jeremy Chapman, Nick Losq, Chris Clyne, Christina Lee, Eugene Kim
Compositing: Nick Losq, Chris Clyne, Sam Cividanis
Hyper-Matrix is a kinetic landscape installation created for the Hyundai Motor Group Exhibition Pavilion in Korea, the 2012 Yeosu EXPO site. The installation consists of a specially made huge steel construction to support thousands of stepper motors that control 320x320mm cubes that project out of the internal facade of the building. The foam cubes are mounted to actuators that move them forward and back by the steppers, creating patterns across the three-sided display. Comprised of what at first appear to be three blank white walls, Hyper-Matrix installation quickly comes to life as thousands of individual cubic units forming a field of pixels begin to move, pulsate, and form dynamic images across the room, creating infinite number of possibilities in the vertical, 180 degree, landscape. In addition, as the boxes are arranged at only 5mm narrow intervals, the wall can also be a nice moving screen for the images projected on to it.
Hyundai Motor Group Pavilion (Intergrated Experience Hall), EXPO 2012, YEOSU, KOREA
May 12 ~ Aug 12, 2012
하이퍼매트릭스는 2012 여수세계박람회 현대자동차관을 위해 만들어진 Kinetic Landscape Installation이다. 이 설치물은 건물 내부 파사드에서 돌출하는 수 천개의 320x320mm큐브, 이 각각의 큐브를 제어하는 수 천개의 스테퍼모터와 이를 지지하는 거대한 철제구조물로 구성되어있다. 스테퍼모터에 의해 앞뒤로 움직이는 엑츄에이터에 흰색 스티로폼 큐브가 장착되어져, 살아있는 듯한 패턴을 만들어내게 된다. 첫 눈에 아무것도 없는 흰 벽으로 보이는 3면이, Pixel field를 형성하는 수 천개의 개별 큐빅들이 움직이고 박동하면서, 방 전체에 걸쳐 다이내믹한 이미지를 만들어내며, 수직, 수평의 랜드스케이프 속에서 무수한 가능성들을 창출해내게 되는 것이다. 또한 5mm의 간격으로 미세하게 배열되어있는 큐브박스들의 벽은 그 위에 투사되는 이미지를 위한 움직이는 스크린의 역할도 해낼 수 있다.
2012 여수세계박람회 현대자동차기업관 (통합체험관)
2012년 5월 12일 ~ 8월 12일
Hyper-Matrix created by [media artist group : J o n p a s a n g], based in Seoul, Korea,
led by Jin-Yo Mok in collaboration with Earl Park, Sookyun Yang, Sangwook Yu, Jinwook Yeo.
School of Communication Arts has put a scholarship out for grabs via a competition- The Brief: 'find a problem in your life and solve it with creativity' . This is how i won it.
I'm lazy. Lazy in the little things. And my mama is a 'bit' sensitive with little things. Leaving the toothpaste open has become a real crime in Tarable's house. The Spreadino is the solution for me to continue to be lazy whilst having a happy mama!
A special thanks to:
Letizia cigliuti for her help in directing and for her fantastic camera
Simone scarfi or his engineer mind
Carlo for his passion for lego
Manuel tessarollo for his talent for music
Federica luxor for the help in choosing the music
Pascal..for being pascal
Mamma e papa and all the people who helped me achieve my dream. Thank you ;)
I do not own the right for the music:
1.Luciano Pavarotti - Buongiorno a te
2.Beethoven - Symphony n 5
3.Looney tunes soundtrack
4.Offenbach - Can Can
5.Roisin Murphy - Ruby Blue
User interface, web application and identity for Makr Shakr, an installation at the Google I/O Conference and Milan Design Week, 2013. Design by Eddie Opara/Pentagram. Developed in collaboration with MIT Senseable City Lab.