Using augmented reality Sangwha developed interactive applications such as dancing, proposing, motorcycle riding and other fun themes for Samsung d’light. People of all ages had a great time experiencing augmented reality through various interactive activities
The film is based on Japanese folklore of the Ainu in northern Japan, which tells of a race of tiny people “Colobockle” who live amongst humans without being hardly noticed.
I projected animations of the people playing around in my old house in Quito-Ecuador using a portable projector and simply filmed by a DSL camera using Video Mapping techniques and no CGI was used. Check out "Making of" at vimeo.com/75649468
Director / Animator: Motomichi Nakamura
Production Artists: Fábian Haro, Yesenia Buenaño, Juan Fernando Yanqui Rivera, Alejandro Cajas, Cristina Freire, Ramiro Estrella
Camera : Yesenia Buenaño, Ramiro Estrella, Daniela Zapata
In Japan, rice is more than a mere food source. It has spiritual significance for the Japanese due to its use as an offering to deities in rituals and ceremonies. We took on the challenge of distilling Japanese aesthetics onto this cultural symbol.
We created the world’s smallest projection mapping that brings together Japan’s ancient values and state-of-the-art technology. As it is being viewed, the texture of the “rice” begins to change so that it is no longer just rice. This reflects the ancient Japanese belief in shogyo mujo (the impermanence of worldly things), which is embodied in the saying: “all creation is infinitely transitory with forms and values changing in each moment.”
Drill is an ultimate creative team that uses all possible means to achieve goals including: strategy, advertising, promotion, content, product, digital, event, and PR.
This project was created in collaboration with aircord (system development), Maxilla (video production), and Yuki Precision (precision machining).