This work is a shocking early face mapping work. A buzz of 5 million views was born in a week.
It became the roots of the face mapping series.
This work is the theme of Japanese identity.
While feeling that Japanese are losing confidence, where is Japan 's identity?
What is the universal value that Japan can transmit to the world?
Elements of Japan's identity such as Japanese traditional beauty, future technology, Japanism, etc. were pursued and integrated by members and collaboration members of kuwahara hiroto, Paul Lacroix, and Jin Hasegawa.
Finally, when Android face transforms, grotesque dark mask appears from inside.
It seems that it is a metaphor for a strange anxiety towards the future brought about by technology that continues to evolve at phenomenal speed.
nobumichi asai (planner / producer / director / technical director)
hiroto kuwahara(makeup artist)
paul lacroix(technical director)
jin hasegawa (cg designer - spade)
takashi ishibashi (cg designer - spade)
ayaka motoyoshi (production manager -p.i.c.s.)
aya kumakura (production manager)
kazuhiro nakamura (colorist - mcray)
kenji nakazono (photographer - creative studio works)
kimihiro morikawa (photographer - shooting & lighting)
rhea tor’s inc.
k.furumoto (hair - &´s management)
yuka sekimizu (model - satoru japan)
spice (optitrack motion capture sensor)
hideaki takahashi (music - mjuc)
hiroshi sato (projector instruments - amsa)
DISORDER by CENC [Centre d'Expression Numérique et Corporelle] cenc.ch
This artistic performance is an interplay between contemporary dance and computer-generated imagery aimed at conveying the feelings of a person through sound, dance and video.
Dance & Choregraphy: Kevin Ramseier
Programing: François Moncarey
Music: Ben frost & Tarrabass
Marshmallow Laser Feast's ambitious realtime projection mapping campaign for Sony Playstation. Credits below..
We wanted to push video mapping on from anything that has been done so far. Using live puppetry, 3D tracking, pyrotechnics (and a whole bunch of our friends' spare time) we transformed a room into three different vignettes. Can you guess the films?!
It was all lots of fun! A very big thank you to all our friends and Studio-Output for their support and putting their trust into our maverick efforts.
Check out some of the R&D we carried out for the project: vimeo.com/34513511
Agency : Studio Output (studio-output.com)
Creative Director : Ian Hambleton
Client : Sony PlayStation
Production Company : The Found Collective (thefoundcollective.com)
Directed by MarshmallowLaserFeast (marshmallowlaserfeast.com) :
Mehmet Akten [MSA Visuals]
Robin McNicholas [Flat-E]
Barney Steel [The Found Collective]
Post Production Producer : Ian Walker
Production Assistant : Nadine Allen
Production Secretary : Kavya Ramalu
Camera Man / AR : Thomas English
Focus Puller : Richard Bradbury
Camera Assistant : Celia Clare-Moodie
Assistant Director : Jonathan Stow
Assistant Director / Puppeteer : Robert Pybus
Digital Imaging Technician : Philip Davies
3D Artist : Jools Peacock
3D Artist : Dirk Van Dijk
Programmer : Tobias Barendt
3D Artist : Raffael Ziegler
3D Artist : Alex Trattler
Art Department Director : Neil Lambeth
Art Department Assistant : Elise Colledge
Set Construction : Oli van der Vijver
Actor : Gareth Cooper
Puppeteer : Kimberly Morrison
Puppeteer : Rhimes Lecointe
Puppeteer : Jen Bailey-Rae
Puppeteer : Tashan
Puppeteer : Ralph Fuller
Puppeteer : Frederick Fuller
Puppeteer : Jane Laurie
Photography / Puppeteer : Sandra Ciampone
Runner : Daniel McNicholas White
Runner : Maddie McNicholas
Runner : Nick White
Runner : Rosa Rooney