The filmmakers behind "TINY: A Story About Living Small" visit Derek Diedricksen, the micro-architect and author who has been featured in The New York Times, NPR, Readymade and MAKE Magazine.
Deek is the author of "Humble Homes, Simple Shacks" and blogs at relaxshacks.com.
"TINY" is a (short) documentary about one man's attempt to build a tiny house from scratch, and other families around America who have downsized their lives into less than 400-square feet. For more: tiny-themovie.com
Opening Credits: Ratatat
Closing Credits: Alaska in Winter
Sound Technician: David González
Voice Production: Jonatán Burgazzoli
Sound editor, mix and mastering:
Music mix and aditional voice record:
Ramón García Tubío
Runner and Assistant:
Richard Santana Roukoz
Juan José Brito Ramos
Ángel Luis Aldai
Esther Azpeita Soto
Fotografías Patronato de Turismo Cabildo de Gran Canaria
Fotografías Sociedad de Promoción de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Diart estudio s.l
Voces de Cine
Hotel Imperial NH
Motion control Timelapse shot on Dito Gear equipment.
Institutions and Organitations
Oficina Candidatura Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, ciudad cultural 2016
Ayuntamiento de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Concejalía Distrito Puerto Canteras
Concejalía Distrito Centro
Concejalía Distrito Vegueta
Cabildo de Gran Canaria
Casa Museo de Colón
Catedral de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Autoridad Portuaria de Las Palmas
Auditorio Alfredo Kraus
Teatro Pérez Galdós
Amigos Canarios de la Ópera
Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria
Gracias a la ciudad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria por inspirarnos
BIG (big.dk), Kollision (kollision.dk) and Schmidhuber + Partner (schmidhuber.de) teamed up to bringing BIG’s vision of future urban mobility to life for AUDI at Design Miami 2011, running from November 30th to December 4th adjacent to Art Basel Miami Beach. The 190 m2 three-dimensional LED surface provides a glimpse of the future of our cities where infrastructure and public space is shared between pedestrians and driverless cars. The installation demonstrates how the city surface continuously gathers information about people's movements allowing vehicles to interact with the environment. Kollision developed a real-time graphics engine and the tracking software, which receives live input from 11 Xbox Kinect cameras mounted above the visitors’ heads. Through the cameras the movement of the visitors are processed into patterns of movement displayed on the LED surface. The installation sets the stage for Audi's A2 concept, which had its U.S debut at the design fair and is dedicated to the future of urban mobility, and is capable of communicating with its environment. The exhibition car continuously emits arrows showing its path, navigating between visitors at the stand. BIG originally presented the concept as an entry for the 2010 AUDI Urban Future Award introducing a future city paved with a digital surface that liberates the streets from existing boundaries and allows for a new flexibility of public use.
PROCESS AND PRODUCTION
The tracking software was developed through a series of test installations in Germany and Denmark and has resulted in a flexible setup of multiple aligned Kinect camera spaces, which are processed and translated by the graphical engine running the visual content on the LED surface. The engine is based on a range of parameters that can output a wide range of visual expressions - from a precise vector-like look to a more fluid and playful content. Furthermore the arrow, which illustrates the future movement of the car is real-time calculated on basis of the tracking information of people's movements.