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  1. MethLab Recordings ©2017 / MethLab Recordings Forum / MethLab Agency
    visuals /custom styles/code implementation by the denial.of.service ©2017

    purchase link: methlabagency.bandcamp.com/album/the-sea-and-i
    facebook.com/dof.service
    facebook.com/thesciencesounds
    soundcloud.com/sciencethe
    facebook.com/methlabrecordings
    soundcloud.com/methlab-recordings/sets/the-science-the-sea-and-i-ep

    this piece is a practical implementation of several techniques as described in the following papers:
    • neural style-transfer using convolutional Neural-Networks by Leon A. Gatys, Alexander S. Ecker, Matthias Bethge / cv-foundation.org/openaccess/content_cvpr_2016/papers/Gatys_Image_Style_Transfer_CVPR_2016_paper.pdf
    • Artistic style transfer for videos by Manuel Ruder, Alexey Dosovitskiy, Thomas Brox / arxiv.org/abs/1604.08610
    • Preserving Color in Neural Artistic Style Transfer by Leon A. Gatys, Matthias Bethge, Aaron Hertzmann, Eli Shechtman / arxiv.org/abs/1606.05897
    /original Tensorflow implementation by Smith, Cameron (cysmith ©2016-17 github.com/cysmith/neural-style-tf)
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    • customised sonification & RGB-reactive pastiche code originally by Tomasz Sulej / github.com/tsulej
    • Deepmatching /Deepflow by Weinzaepfel, Revaud, Harchaoui, Schmid / lear.inrialpes.fr/src/deepflow

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  2. In June, the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing hosted the premiere of the show "2047 Apologue" by the Chinese director and visionary–Zhang Yimou.
    The director extends the traditional forms of stage performances, combining Chinese folk art with modern technology. The show consisted of eight performances, which were prepared by 20 international and local teams. The Radugadesign studio in cooperation with WHITEvoid (Germany), the director of the London Theater of Contemporary Ballet Rose Alice and CPG-Concept (Emma Seward) developed a visual accompaniment for the kinetic dance performance "Weaving Machine". This one concluded the show. In each of the performances, the emphasis was focused on the fact that technology and humans are merged together, but nothing is eternal and technology can leave us.
    Most of us now do not represent our existence without virtual communication, wireless networks, complex programs and impulses. So what if we are deprived of all these opportunities?
    "Being human, in olden days we sat down and talked face to face, our face turns red with embarrassment, but we can feel each other’s emotions close up – fears, anger, sadness and happiness. Will we still have these feelings in the future?
    In this dialogue between ancient culture and modern technology, we experience puzzles that comes with the rapid progression of technology, and reflect on it – what will be the future relation between human and technology?
    The most difficult task for this show is getting the audience to accept and acknowledge that their lifestyle, the way they communicate and the way that they work might not be the best"-says Zhang Yimou.

    2047 APOLOGUE - Weaving Machine vimeo.com/227910401

    Check out our case at Behance: behance.net/gallery/54395897/2047-Apologue-Weaving-Machine

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  3. In June, the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing hosted the premiere of the show "2047 Apologue" by the Chinese director and visionary–Zhang Yimou.
    The director extends the traditional forms of stage performances, combining Chinese folk art with modern technology. The show consisted of eight performances, which were prepared by 20 international and local teams. The Radugadesign studio in cooperation with WHITEvoid (Germany), the director of the London Theater of Contemporary Ballet Rose Alice and CPG-Concept (Emma Seward) developed a visual accompaniment for the kinetic dance performance "Weaving Machine". This one concluded the show. In each of the performances, the emphasis was focused on the fact that technology and humans are merged together, but nothing is eternal and technology can leave us.
    Most of us now do not represent our existence without virtual communication, wireless networks, complex programs and impulses. So what if we are deprived of all these opportunities?

    "Being human, in olden days we sat down and talked face to face, our face turns red with embarrassment, but we can feel each other’s emotions close up – fears, anger, sadness and happiness. Will we still have these feelings in the future?
    In this dialogue between ancient culture and modern technology, we experience puzzles that comes with the rapid progression of technology, and reflect on it – what will be the future relation between human and technology?
    The most difficult task for this show is getting the audience to accept and acknowledge that their lifestyle, the way they communicate and the way that they work might not be the best"-says Zhang Yimou.

    2047 Apologue vimeo.com/227890088

    Check out our case at Behance: behance.net/gallery/54395897/2047-Apologue-Weaving-Machine

    # vimeo.com/227910401 Uploaded 4,636 Plays 4 Comments
  4. In a time where post-truth news divides and conservative politics fails to lure in young voters, a extraordinary vote for world peace has dramatic consequences.
    Epic Fail is an avant-garde essay that questions how we perceive truth, information and politics, seen through the dual lenses of our real and virtual identities.

    Moved by the political events that shook 2016, the film is inspired by Jean Paul Sartre’s “Nausea”; or how we can develop visual embodiments of our emotions as a catharsis on how to deal with reality.

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    Making-of pictures + more on instagram: @greg_barth
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    CREDITS:
    Directed by Greg Barth

    Written by: Greg Barth & Joe Hampson

    Starring: Jahvel Hall, Mathilde Steuillet

    Voice over actors: Lolly Adefope, David Elms, Baker Terry

    Director of photography: Pau Munoz

    Original Soundtrack and sound design: Nookaad Productions

    Editing: Greg Barth & Alex Da Cunha

    Post Production: Phillipe Medina, Greg Barth

    Colour Producer: Chris Anthony

    Colorist: Jessica Vile @ Framestore

    Art Director: Will Vincent

    Set Design: Will Vincent, Brin Frost, Mathilde Steuillet

    Props and Prosthetics: Suzy Battersby

    Graphic Design: Futurneue

    3D Printing: Digits 2 Widgets

    Sound recorded at Wise Buddha Studios

    Stills photography assistant: Morgan Hill-Murphy

    Special Thanks to: Bart Yates, Charlie Perkins, Wolf & Moon Jewellery, Digits 2 Widgets, Station

    Made with the help of Blink Ink and Blink Industries

    Made with Props and sets initially commissioned by Station.ch

    # vimeo.com/225956849 Uploaded 208K Plays 76 Comments
  5. Visual identity for the final season of hit FX series The Strain, in collaboration with MATERIA and Onesize.

    WHERE DIGITAL CRAFT MEETS HANDCRAFT

    After creating the teaser promo for cult US show American Horror Story 6, Onesize was the logical choice to take part in – and subsequently win – the design pitch on FX-series The Strain’s fourth and final season, directed by the critically-acclaimed Guillermo del Toro.

    „Inspired by the series’ storyline – in which a vampire virus infects the human race – our team chose the theme of blood to visually recreate the nightmarish world of The Strain.
    Inspiration was found in surreal paintings and graphic novel-style artwork, combining objects and liquids. The search for the perfect footage of moving fluids brought us to MATERIA alias Susi Sie and Remo Gambacciani, whom we approached to collaborate on shooting live action footage of fluids.“ (Onesize)

    Delivered were:
    Generic Backgrounds, Graphic ID's, Logo ID's, Countdown ID's, Endpage Sequences, Interstitials, Original Opens

    Credits:

    MATERIA
    Analog Visual Artist, Live-Action Footage, DoP: Susi Sie, Remo Gambacciani
    Materia / materia.tv/ / instagram.com/materia.studio
    Susi Sie / susisie.de / facebook.com/page.sie/ instagram.com/susi__sie
    Remo Gambacciani / facebook.com/remo.gambacciani / instagram.com/remogambacciani

    FX NETWORKS
    President, Multi-Platform Marketing: Stephanie Gibbons
    EVP, Multi-Platform Marketing: John Varvi
    SVP, Motion & Digital Design: Steve Viola
    SVP, Content & Editorial: Carol Weiler
    VP, Motion Design: Albert Romero
    VP, Production, Motion Design: Dara Barton
    VP, Content & Editorial: Paul Harris
    Art Director, Motion Design: Andre Carbonari

    ONESIZE
    Post production: Onesize
    Executive producer: Pepijn Padberg
    Creative / director: Kasper Verweij
    Art Director : Chris Coopmans
    Design & Animation:
    Rogier Hendriks
    Chris Coopmans
    Harm van Zon
    Johannes Mattson
    Eric Groeneveld
    Jeff Beukema

    # vimeo.com/226293762 Uploaded 1,639 Plays 2 Comments

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