1. This is the third episode of our independent „A Taste of ...“ time lapse series.
    In September 2016 we visited this awesome city to try out some new time lapse stuff.
    It took us 10 days, a lot of burgers and one helicopter ride to produce this video. 10 days is very little time to discover this city of endless opportunities, so we hardly slept anything and shot day and night for this time lapse film. The city that never sleeps indeed!

    The Taxishot:
    Over the 10 days we took photos of yellow cabs whenever we had time to from as many different angles as possible. So we gathered 2000 (!) photos in total we had to sort afterwards and compile to a hyperlapse around a cab in post production. It took us 5 whole days in post production to get this one shot.

    Technical Details:
    In 10 days we shot 65.000 Photos taking up 2,6 TB of our hard drives. The final 3 minute video took 36h to render on the best equipped iMac available.

    Other “A Taste of ...” Episodes:
    A Taste of Vienna (2016) vimeo.com/156161909
    A Taste of Austria (2015) vimeo.com/121649600

    Video by:
    Peter Jablonowski // Thomas Pöcksteiner // Lorenz Pritz

    Sounddesign by Alex Clement

    Equipment used:
    + Sony a7rII ( amzn.to/2qFRJq4 )
    + Sony a6300 ( amzn.to/2rEolhf )
    + 2x Canon 6D ( amzn.to/2r4kihV )
    + Canon 11-24mm F4 ( amzn.to/2rE0yxC )
    + Canon 24-105mm F4 (amzn.to/2r426F6 )
    + Tamron 150-600mm ( amzn.to/2qFYxnl )
    + Tamron 24-70mm F2,8 ( amzn.to/2qJ707z )
    + Zeiss 24-70mm F4 ( amzn.to/2qFX8NR )
    + Emotimo Spectrum
    + Pocketslider
    + Edelkrone SliderPlus
    + Came TV Single ( amzn.to/2qFS6B1 )
    + Sachtler ACE M ( amzn.to/2qJ60A4 )
    + several Manfrotto Tripods
    + Togopod ( amzn.to/2qJsK2X )

    Visit our website: filmspektakel.at
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    For licensing & inquires please contact us via email: info(at)filmspektakel.at
    All shots are available in 5K or more!

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  2. This place feels cursed now. There has to be something better. Something new. Into the great unknown.

    Music video for 'Kepler' by The Hubschrauber, the first single of their debut album 'Kepler-186f'.

    Out now:
    iTunes: itun.es/nl/r3Uohb
    Spotify: open.spotify.com/album/4A93x8MqCEAar3fx3ouaB4

    Produced by GUAP

    Director: Ahmed Hammadi
    Edit & Vfx: Danny Houtkamp
    Cinematographer: Rens Beks

    Special thanks to Sanjay Singh


    Featured at:
    Prosthetic Knowledge: prostheticknowledge.tumblr.com/post/157370906206/kepler-music-video-for-track-by-the
    Wired Italy: wired.it/play/musica/2017/02/24/hubschrauber-kepler-luna/
    Artconnect: blog.artconnect.com/2017/02/21/staff-picks-colour-edition/

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  3. The sequences and images in the reel represent a compilation of work created for the Ghost in the Shell live action film, which includes everything from animation tests to final assets implemented in the film.

    For more information and behind the scenes please visit - ashthorp.com/ghost-in-the-shell

    Director - Rupert Sanders
    Lead Concept Artist - Maciej Kuciara
    Lead Concept Artist - Vitaly Bulgarov
    Concept Artist/Designer - Ash Thorp
    Designer - Chris Bjerre
    Reel Editor - Franck Deron

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  4. A number or letter is a two-dimensional symbol. Also, it is a static image. But we cannot write a letter without moving our bodies and spending time. Thus, we can consider that each number or letter potentially has a time axis. In order to reveal this time axis, the device called Mojigen and Sujigen were created.

    Mojigen and Sujigen are also called as "One-Stroke" in English and "一筆" in Chinese.

    This research is supported by the National Research Foundation of the government of Singapore under a funding initiative from the Interactive Digital Media Programme Office.


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  5. Diffusion Choir is a kinetic sculpture that uses 400 folding elements to reveal the movements of an invisible flock of birds. Its movements are always changing, driven by custom software running a flocking algorithm.

    The sculpture hangs in the atrium of 650 East Kendall Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and was commissioned by BioMed Realty.

    Diffusion Choir was created by Sosolimited, Plebian Design, and Hypersonic. Learn more at sosolimited.com/work/diffusion-choir

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