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  2. inFORM is a Dynamic Shape Display that can render 3D content physically, so users can interact with digital information in a tangible way. inFORM can also interact with the physical world around it, for example moving objects on the table's surface. Remote participants in a video conference can be displayed physically, allowing for a strong sense of presence and the ability to interact physically at a distance. inFORM is a step toward our vision of Radical Atoms: tangible.media.mit.edu/vision/


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  3. 12,500+ photographs, 3,000+ miles driving, 250 miles hiked, and 500 hours later, I am very happy to present to you, Light Of The Night. A short film capturing just a small sample of the beautiful New England star filled landscapes. Putting this short film together has been one of the most incredible journeys I've yet to embark on. Traveling from place to place, hiking hundreds of miles of New England's trail systems, meeting a an awesome bunch of other photographers along the way, the lovely and unpredictable New England weather, and last but not least spending so much time under the stars, are the memories that I will remember for a life time.
    I couldn't thank my friends enough for being a part of this project in one way or another! Whether it was hanging out while shooting photos, hiking out to spots, taking long drives from place to place, answering technical questions, putting up with me sitting at the computer every day for a month straight, you have all helped out so much!

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  4. "Beautiful , poetic 3D imagery. It's a micro-history of a particular place and time in NY culture."

    "Williamsburg as a theater of the streets, drunk with light, drunk with poetry, drunk with drunks."

    "It is something between real and unreal...never seen before!... Amasing."

    "You captured a period of time in Williamsburg, but I felt like it was also an ode to the diverse colors and rhythms of NYC in general. You played witness to both the ordinariness and extraordinariness of people's everyday lives, and documented those moments in time beautifully.

    "I thought it was really magical and I was impressed by the pacing and editing choices, generating thematic bundles , etc. it was very effective, mesmerizing, and enchanting."

    "It is a unique style of documentary, and the sound work was also excellent."

    "I enjoyed your 3-D film very much. There are some really beautiful shots in there, & I loved the hyper ones from the Finger building roof and the slowed-down birds, hypnotic.

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  5. We really appreciate all of the support from the Vimeo community. You are amazing people. Special thanks to the Vimeo Staff for the staff pick and support. This all helps Alonzo keep doing what he does best. You can learn more about Alonzo Clemons' work at alonzoclemons.com

    When he was a toddler, Alonzo Clemons suffered a brain injury. It forever changed the way he learns and communicates but also the way he interprets the world around him. Very early it became clear to Alonzo that he had to sculpt. He was institutionalized for ten years in a state hospital which wasn't a pleasant experience, but he continued to find ways to make delicate figures with his hands. When they wouldn't give him clay, he would scrape warm tar from the parking lot.

    Despite his limitations Alonzo continues to sculpt outside of Boulder, Colorado.

    The film was produced in partnership with What I Thought I Saw, a photo-story traveling exhibit and book that tells stories of people we may have otherwise over-looked.

    Director of Photography: Travis Pitcher
    Directed by Joseph LeBaron
    Additional shooters, Johua Brandt and Micah Dahl Anderson
    Sound Capture by Micah Dahl Anderson
    Song licensed from Kishi Bashi, "I Am The AntiChrist" kishibashi.com/

    Thank you to whatithoughtisaw.org for production assistance
    To see a new great story every week visit videowest.kuer.org/

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