1. Second volume of the project "Liquid Multiverses", a vision of liquid fluid entangled energies emerging from the center of the Cosmos that intersect our plane of existence through analog vjing.
    Directed by Cabanik & Ixchel
    Time equals Art.

    Please feel free to check out the new Ikix video @
    vimeo.com/cabanik/liquidmultiverses3
    Thank you :) ]

    Shot in one take with: Canon 650d using Pentacom 50mm 1.8
    Music: Grandchester Meadows Remembered by Doof inserted in Flying Rhino's 2001 compilation Wabi

    http://www.synkronos.pictures

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  2. // Concept Visual - "WMW ( Wave Motion Wall ) "
    // Resolution - 2042x720
    // Sound - Bob Garrett ( soundcloud.com/otsu-2/ambient-ocean-12 )

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  3. Réalisation : Lilian Hardouineau /
    Sound Design + musique : Cedric Vanderstraeten /
    Voix : Pierre-Yves Allais /
    pateafilms.org/

    # vimeo.com/31083220 Uploaded 126K Plays 44 Comments
  4. A trip through an electric desert, Dry Lights unfolds in an imagined environment of cacti and canyons, moving from hidden caves to lonely cliffs along pulsating rivers of light.
    This experimental film lies somewhere between a site-specific installation and a performance, where choreographed lights meet organic landscapes. Like an imaginary city flickering in the dark, the lights beacon fragments of vague memories - faded moments, experiences, and topographies. A world in an erratic state of flux that seems to evade any grasp of clear control plays host to constantly alternating physical and mental landscapes. Moving without a destination in the dead hours of night, mesmerising, intermittent apparitions illuminate their surroundings, allowing personal narratives to breed.

    Rising to the technical challenge of creating the foundation for this full 3D film almost entirely on my own, I partnered with composer Thomas Vaquié to set the stage for a singular universe to emerge.

    More info: antivj.com/drylights

    Credits:

    Nicolas Boritch: Producer
    hello@antivj.com

    Xavier Chassaing: Director, Producer, Executive producer, Editing, Lighting, Clarisse rendering, Compositing, Environment TD designer, SFX.
    Chassaing.xavier@gmail.com

    Thomas Vaquié: Music and Sound Design
    thomasvaquie.com/

    Dor Shamir: Artistic Director, Compositing
    dorshamir.blogspot.com

    Xavier Leconte: Houdini Artist, Compositing
    xavier@nozon.fr
    nozon.com

    Thomas Van Maele: Houdini Artist
    papicrunch@gmail.com

    Ilana Shamoon: Artistic adviser
    fr.linkedin.com/pub/ilana-shamoon/8b/802/753

    Executive Producer:

    ANTIVJ
    antivj.com/

    Guillaume Marien
    guillaume.marien@mathematic.tv

    MATHEMATIC.TV
    mathematic.tv/

    Proyecta
    proyecta.org

    Software:
    Clarisse
    isotropix.com/

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  5. "Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives. These animals are actually very mobile creatures. However their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen.

    bioqueststudios.com.au
    Don't forget to check out our new video with updated technology: vimeo.com/220289475

    Make sure you watch the video on a large screen. This clip is displayed in Full HD, yet the source footage (or the whole clip), is available in UltraHD 4k resolution for media productions.

    The answer to a common question: yes, colors are "real" and not exaggerated by digital enhancement. We have only applied basic white balance correction. However, we used specialized lights to mimic the underwater ambient spectrum. When photographers use white light (artificial spectrum) on corals, they simply miss the vast majority of colours. Corals have spectrum-sensitive colouration due to fluorescent pigments.

    The duration of sequences varied from 20 minutes to 6+ hours.

    === Technical details ===

    To make this little clip we took 150000 shots. Why so many? Because macro photography involves shallow depth of field. To extend it, we used focus stacking and deconvolution algorithms. Each frame of the video is actually a stack that consists of 3-12 shots.

    Just the intro and the last scene are regular real-time footage. One frame required about 10 minutes of processing time (raw conversion + stacking + deconvolution in some scenes). Unfortunately, the success rate was very low due to copious technical challenges and we spent almost 9 long months to get it right.

    Music: Atmostra III by Cedric Baravaglio, Jonathan Ochmann and Zdravko Djordjevic.

    === Sharing/Use ===

    Inquiries/licensing/press: find our contact details bioqueststudios.com.au/

    More information about using our videos:
    bioqueststudios.com.au/image-and-video-use/

    Please support the Great Barrier Reef conservation efforts marineconservation.org.au/pages/donate.html

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