Instead of paying with a card or just cash I introduce you to "Polsen" (a plural of wrist).
Another school assignment to make a commercial of a non-excistent product or service.
You can use the chip inside of your wrist (extended with a flexible, digital display) to pay, travel and for identification.
- Jeffrey Harmunanto (Boom Operator and Sound Recorder)
- Stefan Jurriens (Actor: Student/traveler)
- Abel Pleysier (Actor: Cash Customer)
- De Spar Wijk aan Zee
It was not allowed to make the duration of this commercial longer than 30 seconds, well, as you can see Iit didn't really restrained me. I don't make a big deal out of it ('cause it isn't aired offcourse).
Offcourse this product could contain alot of flaws (like that it's unsafe).
A lot of people think this is just a "In Time" rip off, but it isn't. The original idea was completely different, but quite undo-able. But you can compare it to anything you like.
A school assigment to make your own 'Animated Typography', 'Kinetic Text' or 'Art of the Title' with usage of some (simple) visuals and lots of text. I had to shorten the audio clip (by Baz Luhrmann) because of the 60-120 seconds limit for this assignment.