1. Take a one eyed film maker, an unemployed engineer, and a vision for something that's never been done before and you have yourself the EyeBorg Project. Rob Spence, Kosta Grammatis and a team of others are trying to make history by embedding a video camera and a transmitter in a prosthetic eye. That eye is going in Robs eye socket, and will record the world from a perspective that's never been seen before.

    This clip chronicles the first attempt at creating the eye-- a two week hiatus of getting parts, assembling, and testing. Obviously we need a lab, and a bit more time. Can someone donate an oscilloscope?

    More info: eyeborgproject.com

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  4. edwin-europe.com/japan_film.html

    For 35 years, Edwin Japan have worked on improving efficiency, quality, construction and washing methods by studying and engineering machinery used in the denim manufacturing process.

    It is impossible to improve what one makes without spending the time everyday to master what one does, turning ones profession into a craft. The denim technicians at Edwin are true craftsmen, as their commitment and attention to the product is unquestionably what makes the Edwin product stand out from the mass of denim available within the market today. Whilst this remains ‘production’, the working philosophy remains closer to a greatly more efficient and productive Artisanal method.

    They are ‘engineers’. Each person, over the course of a long period is encouraged to be responsible for maintaining and improving their machines. This means that each machine is self-customised beyond standard industrial purposes, to create unique and specialised ways of making denim. Even within the well-known denim brands factories around the world, you will not see the level of customised machinery and attention to product that one can see at the Edwin factories in Japan. It is for this reason, many ‘core heritage’ Japanese denim brands wish to have their products made within the Edwin Japan factories. This is the unique strength of the Edwin Jeans brand, the product itself.

    The majority of the technicians at the Edwin factories and laundry’s have worked within the company since the beginning. This means they have an acute understanding for their machine. Each technician is responsible for three machines on average, all performing different elements of the production process. They remain on these machines for the duration of the careers. There is almost now rotation of staff, offering complete consistency in the making.

    The machines are completely unique and totally custom made, exclusively to EDWIN JAPAN, which sets EDWIN out as a denim manufacturer worldwide. There is not a single machine, which has not been customised by the technicians over the time they work on them.

    The technicians themselves are trained for two years with a veteran of their particular machines, prior to them leaving for retirement. This ensures absolute consistency and understanding for high quality workmanship. As the factories have been operating 35 years, there is now a seeding of new, younger apprentices learning the ropes, thus setting of the career cycle.

    There are many elements unique to EDWIN Japan manufacturing, for which unfortunately we are not able to show images. This is due to the secretive nature of the processes, elements having been invented by EDWIN, and must be respected and protected. There are a wide variety of processes invented by the denim engineers and designers themselves, which set new standards within the industry offering evolution and ingenuity.

    The laundries are incredible, with bespoke and exclusively made machines. Unique ways of washing, dying, drying and above all water purification and recycling. The water is purified to the point whereby once all the indigo and other impurities have been extracted, fish are able to swim in tank of the purified water.

    These elements have been in place for many years, and yet never spoken about or promoted as a marketing tool. This is because Edwin esteems this to be a ‘standard’ process. It is simply the way of EDWIN manufacture and not a simple ‘marketing’ idea.

    Music
    'Red Rocks Fogg' by Forest Swords
    forestswords.co.uk
    Thanks Matt...

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  5. The journey continues in Part III. Click here to watch the next in the series - vimeo.com/realmpictures/uwr1588

    Explore The Underwater Realm further at theunderwaterrealm.com.

    Watch the films as they were intended - big, loud and in maximum resolution!

    Funded by Kickstarter

    DIRECTED BY David M Reynolds

    ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Alan Mandel

    PRODUCER Jonathan Dupont

    ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS
    Alan Mandel
    Rich Maskey
    Jen Manby
    Mark Ruddick
    Arthur Douglass

    DIRECTOR OF PHOTGRAPHY Eve Hazelton

    PRODUCTION DESIGN BY Shahriar Abdullah

    MARINE COORDINATOR Rich Stevenson

    EDITED BY Eve Hazelton

    ORIGINAL SCORE BY Rob Westwood

    SOUND DESIGN BY Michael Leaning & Luke Hatton

    HAIR, MAKE UP & PROSTHETICS DESIGN BY Danny Marie Elias

    COSTUME DESIGN BY Sarah Dutton

    WORLD CREATED BY
    Rosie Claverton
    Jonathan Dupont
    David M Reynolds

    2012

    DAN Dan Richardson
    REBEKAH Lauren Ashcroft
    OLD ARYL Diane Townsend

    1942

    WALTER Andy Torbet
    YOUNG ARYL Jenanne Redman

    1588

    TEYO Jamie Matthews
    IGNACIO Frederick Roll

    SAILOR Alan Neal
    SAILOR James Wagner
    SAILOR Ray Delamare
    SAILOR Mike Hall
    SAILOR Geoff Murby
    SAILOR Darren Murphy
    SA ILOR Adrian Swain

    LLANTUS Jessica Blake
    CARNYN Venetia Maitland
    WOREN Beccy MacEnri

    SCAVENGER Josh Ockenden
    SCAVENGER Alex Mackie
    SCAVENGER Cullum Austin
    SCAVENGER Miro Papay
    SCAVENGER J-P Berry

    CHIEF NESTOR Gareth Lawrence

    1208

    LADY CONANT Harriet Moran
    LORD CONANT Jon Campling
    ROLAND Duran Fulton Brown

    GUARD Rory Wilton
    GUARD Graham Dack

    AWAWRATH Haakon M A Smestad
    ACINOS Nigel Barber
    TERATH Alex Corbet Burcher
    RAWSYN Conner McKenzy

    149BC

    IYSTYN Amanda Piery
    ATALYN Daan Verhoeven
    TENOS Daniel Nehme
    QUINTUS Gordon Alexander
    HARGRYN Sam Still
    CRETUS Patt Bauristhene

    STUNT COORDINATOR Mark Ruddick

    SPECIAL EFFECTS SUPERVISOR (1588) Jenny Groves

    PYROTECHNICS ASSISTANT Mike Evans

    CASTING ASSISTANT Sian Deasy

    HAIR & MAKE UP ASSISTANTS
    Jody Amner
    Catrin Evans
    Jo-Lee Davies

    COSTUME DESIGN ASSISTANT Katie Sampaio

    COSTUME SUPERVISOR Samantha Kent

    COSTUME DEPARTMENT

    Monika Bereza
    Alex Cawkwell
    Tessa Sillars-Powell
    Syban Verladi-Laufer
    Naomi Oppenheim
    Johann Boyer
    Leah Brooker
    James Elphick
    Joel Honeywell
    Caitlin Mogridge
    Claire Serra
    Anne Von Bengard
    Jessica Gelpke
    Michael Wood
    Al Overdrive
    Becca Kenchington
    Laura Plant
    Gabriela Hanula
    Doroto Hanula
    Hannah Crompton
    Jennifer Csy

    ART DEPARTMENT

    Nate Drake
    Kat Hyland
    Sam Osman
    Bryony Reynolds
    Robin Seabrook
    Lucy Townsend
    Mike Evans

    BOOM OPERATOR (1208) Chris Snelling

    MUSIC PERFORMED BY Nigel Shaw

    UNDERWATER CAMERA OPERATOR Rich Stevenson

    UNDERWATER FOCUS ENGINEER Peter Hoare

    UNDERWATER CAMERA ASSISTANT Clayton H. Haskell

    CAMERA ASSISTANTS Phil Arntz & Andy Martin

    CAMERA OPERATOR John Galione

    FOCUS PULLER Veronica Keszthelyi

    DIVE TEAM

    MARINE COORDINATION Diving & Marine Solutions

    SURFACE SUPERVISOR Bryan Stanislas

    SAFETY DIVERS
    Dave Booys
    Dominique Gorton
    Alice Pennefather

    PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS
    Ben Crabb
    Rhian Deasy
    Jack Harrison
    Liz Marshall
    Tea Smart
    Hannah Webb

    VISUAL EFFECTS TEAM

    3D MODELERS
    Mark Tompson
    Gareth Knight
    Herkus Repcys
    Keith Wells

    ANIMATORS
    Chris Singer
    Chris Taylor
    Nana Kwasi Gyawu

    ROTO ARTISTS
    Andi Ramsey
    Karl Impey
    Dominic Coddington
    Tommy Davis
    Scott Wharram

    DIGITAL ARTIST Lorenz Hideyoshi Ruwwe

    TRACKING Ray Zschau

    VISUAL EFFECTS Jan Herms

    COMPOSITORS
    Darin Eaton II
    Fumie Nagano
    Oliver Andranghi
    Tom Tatchell
    Nathan Mateer
    Johan Bodin
    Alan Banis
    John Carter
    Jevon James
    Valgas Moore
    Mike Evans

    ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS (KICKSTARTER)

    Imran Farouk - Philip Bloom - Nick Ruddick - LateNite Films - Beth Ranjit
    Tobit Emmens - Allar Kaasik - James Huston - Franck A. Onouviet
    Alison M K Chapman - Jack Plumbley - Danny Cooke - Joel Chu
    Josh Davies - Michael Curtis - Yael - Michael A. Riley - Joseph Hatfield
    Michael Wallace - Gwyn Cole - Mick Jones - Roz Savage - Chris Portal
    Jennifer Van Gessel - Lewis Oyeghe - George Chiesa - Volker Schönefeld
    Shahnaz Dulaimy - James M Wagner - Stephanie Tobor - Harrison Sanborn
    Roman Martinez - Alan Thompson - Paul Craig - Mahmood Al-Yousif
    Mike Altmann - Sylvia A. Earle - LittleBigFilmCo - Xavier Rodriguez
    Jonathan Jarrett - Darius Wilhere - Daniel Fahre - Izzy Pollak - Tom Walter
    Kota - Hashiba - Lisa Williams - Alan Reynolds - Don Sausa - Opiyo Okeyo
    Erik Kessler - Chris Anderson - Mark E. Phair - Erik Beeson - Jason Powell

    SPECIAL THANKS

    Dave Millin and the team at Sea & Sea
    Jon Primrose
    Hollywood Monster
    Leisure @ Cheltenham
    Alan & Michael Newell at Croft Farm
    Owen Benson
    The Spitfire Society
    David Evans
    Charlie Fassano
    First Scaffolding
    Ben Von Wong
    Simon Lockyer

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