This is some of the timelapse sequences I recorded in Iceland in september of 2013.
Over three weeks we drove nearly 5500km taking more than 40000 photos on the way.
Recorded with Nikon cameras and lenses. Post-processed with LRTimelapse, Adobe Lightroom and Adobe After Effects. Motion control sequences done with a Stage One dolly from Dynamic Perception and a Celestron Skywatcher pan/tilt head.
Thanks to Micheal Levy for his excellent photographer's map of Iceland - http://international-photographer.com/maps/iceland/
'Chasing Time' by Dexter Britain
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Production: wecandance GmbH [wecandance.de]
Direction: Dennis Weil, Björn Simonsen, Sebastian Metz
Look Development: Dennis Weil
Concept Art: Lazaros Tsallos
Previs: Sebastian Metz, Björn Simonsen
Character Design: Lazaros Tsallos
Character Animation: Robert Kuczera, Robin Herrmann
Additional Animation: Björn Simonsen
Technical Direction: Dennis Weil
Character Rigging: Robert Kuczera
Modeling: Christian Adolf, Martin Pajak, Robert Kuczera, Dennis Weil, Sebastian Metz
Texture Painting: Martin Pajak, Dennis Weil, Lazaros Tsallos
Simulation: Christian Adolf
Lighting/Shading: Dennis Weil
Compositing: Björn Simonsen
Motion Graphics: Björn Simonsen, Sebastian Metz
Matte Painting: Lazaros Tsallos
Sound Design: Andreas Kaufmann
Digital Grotesque is the first fully immersive, solid, human-scale, enclosed structure that is entirely 3D printed out of sand. This structure, measuring 16 square meters, is materialized with details at the threshold of human perception. Every aspect of this architecture is composed by custom-designed algorithms.
Partners and Sponsors:
• Chair for CAAD, Prof. Hovestadt, ETH Zurich
• Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich
• voxeljet AG
• FRAC Centre
• Strobel Quarzsand GmbH
• Pro Helvetia
Research for the Digital Grotesque project was carried out at the Chair for CAAD at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. All components were printed by voxeljet AG. The first part of Digital Grotesque is a commission by FRAC Centre for its permanent collection.
Maria Smigielska, Miro Eichelberger, Yuko Ishizu, Jeanne Wellinger, Tihomir Janjusevic, Nicolás Miranda Turu, Evi Xexaki, Akihiko Tanigaito