1. Webcam [Short Film]

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    from ZBros Productions / Added

    5.9M Plays / / 187 Comments

    Someone's watching... ------------------------------------------------- "Webcam" is based on actual events and was shot entirely on a computer's webcam. The filmmakers hope that it will make people think more about the technology that we use every day and the effects it can have on all of us. ::: created & directed by ::: stefan haverkamp jan jaworski branden kramer tom kropp ::: screenplay by ::: branden kramer ::: cast ::: julia - jasmine anne osborne mother - jamie leigh allen boyfriend - thom miller hacker - kent koren ::: editing ::: lorraine paul ::: sound design ::: joe philips ::: title design ::: mcdonald predelus ::: color ::: salvatore malfitano ::: executive producer ::: dee allen

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    • Ubisoft Montreal_Watch Dogs "Blackout"

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      from Patrick Clair / Added

      115K Plays / / 71 Comments

      Created with the talented team from Ubisoft Montreal. Design and Direction by Patrick Clair Antibody Film Lab www.antibodyfilmlab.net Watch Dogs is currently in production.

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      • SYNC

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        from Hasraf HaZ Dulull / Added

        166K Plays / / 61 Comments

        Every 15 seconds, a computer, network, or mobile device is hacked by cyber-terrorists. To combat this problem, Syntek Industries has manufactured data couriers designed from advanced machine robotics. These couriers are known as SYNCS. Syncs are programmed to securely deliver data packages without interruption. Produced, Written and Directed by Hasraf 'HaZ' Dulull Representation: Scott Glassgold / I AM Entertainment Contact: scottglassgold@iamsports-ent.com Watch the behind the scenes video: https://vimeo.com/111315232

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        • "Eye of the tiger" on dot matrix printer

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          from MIDIDesaster / Added

          1.7M Plays / / 52 Comments

          "Eye of the tiger" played on a modified dot matrix printer. MIDI file from unknown creator. More information here https://vimeo.com/57960146

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          • Donning the Digital Mask: Anonymous

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            from Chris Finn / Added

            8,379 Plays / / 46 Comments

            Since its beginning on 4chan, the internet-driven collective Anonymous has emerged as one of the leading hacktivist movements, targeting high-profile institutions with fearless cyber attacks. Looking into how this collective of online hackers went from pranksters to vigilantes for global justice lead to an intriguing discovery of unique qualities that form Anonymous. A certain tonal element of Anonymous resonated with me and immediately translated into an exciting aesthetic I was eager to take on. There is a mesmerizing and compelling, but also terrifying quality to the dynamic spread of a collective who’s story is being written with every new day and operation. Created as my Senior project at Savannah College of Art and Design (B.F.A Motion Media Design 2015). Credits: Design, Animation, Sound: Chris Finn Script: Chris Finn, Joe Dunlap VO: Joe Dunlap Lighting/Shoot Assistants: Linzy Hayes, Sarah Rocco Special thanks: Minho Shin, John Colette Inspired by the writings of Gabriella Coleman. Process at http://www.chrisfinn.tv

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            • CrowdStrike - Global Threats

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              from Seth Eckert / Added

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              Got to work with another amazing client. I got to have a ton of fun on this project. Client: CrowdStrike (http://www.crowdstrike.com/) Design, Direction, Animation: Seth Eckert View it live here: http://www.crowdstrike.com/global-threat/ Sound design/Music was by: http://listendesignstudio.com/ (not VO) Music: https://soundcloud.com/listen-design-studio/the-blood-of-the-martyrs Get to know the actor to understand the threat. Once you understand the threat, you can make informed decisions based off of specific threat intelligence. Defend against targeted adversaries and their tactics, techniques, and procedures in 2014.

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              • XBox Kinect running on OS X ( with source code )

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                from Theo Watson / Added

                178K Plays / / 40 Comments

                This is a port/adaptation of Hector Martin's libfreenect for OS X made by Theodore Watson. Hector Martin's Libfreenect project page is here: http://git.marcansoft.com/?p=libfreenect.git Most of the code is unchanged but there are some changes to libusb which was needed to get it running ( and a few extra libusb commands ) as well as some tweaking of the transfer sizes. It should be self contained and you shouldn't need to install libusb ( the app links it directly ). Grab the Source Code: UPDATE: ( Tested on OS X 10.6.3 - 32bit now and with fixes ) http://theo.tw/deliver/kinect/001-libfreenect-modded-osx-updated.zip ofxKinect for OF users - thanks Dan! http://www.openframeworks.cc/forum/viewtopic.php?p=24948#p24948 Tips: - Try both usb ports. - Try not to have too many other devices plugged in ( or any ).

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                • Benny Hill theme & how it's done

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                  from MIDIDesaster / Added

                  92.9K Plays / / 38 Comments

                  MIDI file by Don Carroll. This old 24-pin dot matrix printer has been converted into a MIDI compatible sound generator. Up to 21 notes can be played simultaneously. It features up to 16 MIDI channels with individual volume and pitch. Key velocity for every note played is also implemented. An Atmega8 and an FPGA are connected to various parts of the original printer main board. The Atmega handles the incoming MIDI messages, communicates with the FPGA and drives the stepper motors for the print head and paper feed. The FPGA is configured to generate lots of pulse-width modulation signals with independent frequency and duty cycle to drive the individual printer pins. The external electronics and the printer main board are connected using a normal centronics printer cable and an additional 9-pin connector (the printer cable did not have enough wires). The electronics features a standard MIDI DIN connector which is connected to a USB-MIDI converter. It's possible to connect a MIDI keyboard instead of the PC and play live. The Atmega firmware responds to all 16 MIDI channels, but this can be reduced to certain channels if the printer is supposed to play together with other sound generators. The FPGA is a Xilinx Spartan-3E on a development board ("Spartan-3E Starter Kit"). It is pretty much oversized for the application of generating 21 PWM signals but it's what I had available. The original printing frequency was approx. 1kHz with a pulse width of 300µs. So every pin hit the paper at maximum 1000 times per second when printing stuff. The MIDI electronics drives this from a few Hz up to 2kHz. When the pulse width is reduced the sound gets quieter because the pin hits the paper with less force. This way "channel volume" and "key velocity" are implemented.

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                  • Kinect Graffiti™

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                    from Jean-Christophe Naour / Added

                    97.3K Plays / / 31 Comments

                    Kinect Graffiti is a digital graffiti tool using "Microsoft Kinect" camera. Idea behind this project is to use the kinect to track the motion behind graffiti. Visualizing the body and drawing trough different angles in realtime, Understanding surrounding space, pausing the time, etc... Kinect Graffiti is a tool built in processing & openGL, SimpleOpenNI, openNI and primeSense libraries. More stills are available at : http://www.flickr.com/photos/njc002/sets/72157626221800708/ Credits : http://innoiz.com http://jcnaour.com Download for Windows 7 : http://innoiz.com/apps/ (Music : Harmonic 313 - Galag-a)

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                    • Malfunction

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                      from Ben Bunch / Added

                      7,290 Plays / / 27 Comments

                      "Two computer hackers hit some snags while attempting to steal a valuable piece of information." Created as a senior exit project for my bachelor's in Film and Digital Media (with a concentration in production) from the University of California, Santa Cruz. (Class of 2011.) Written and Directed by Benjamin Bunch Cast: Eli Black Jennifer Kehl Matt Parcher Drew Facchiano Cinematography: Benjamin Bunch Doug Smith Post-Production: Benjamin Bunch Filmed with Lumix DMC-GH2 1080/24p Cinema mode. Lenses (in order of frequency of usage in project): Olympus F. Zuiko 38mm f/1.8 Lumix G Vario 7-14mm f/4.0 Asph. Lumix G 20mm f/1.7 Asph. Lumix G Vario 14-140mm f/4.0-5.8 Asph. Sigma 24mm f/1.8 EX DG Asph. Macro Nikkor-S 50mm f/1.4 Edited in Final Cut Pro Sound Design in Logic Pro Color Graded with Magic Bullet Looks and Magic Bullet Colorista II Visual Effects created in Adobe After Effects CS5 ©Benjamin Bunch 2011 benbunchfilms.com

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