1. God of Small Things

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    + Music by the lovely and amazing múm + Thank you Milton and Lana Muller - A film by Chris Abbas and Sumit Seru

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    • Nokia 'Dot'

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      Directed by Sumo Science Aardman Animations Dot takes on the world in this microscopic spot for the new Nokia N8

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      • A Microscopic Monochromatic Visualization of My Lucid Daymares

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        from Karen Abad / Added

        Bored. Learning. Colourless. Waiting on a working camera...Doot doot doot beep boop dwat!

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        • 200 Nanowebbers

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          from Semiconductor / Added

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          For ‘200 Nanowebbers', Semiconductor have created a molecular web that is generated by Double Adaptor's live soundtrack. Using custom-made scripting, the melodies and rhythms spawn a nano scale environment that shifts and contorts to the audio resonance. Layers of energetic hand drawn animations, play over the simplest of vector shapes that form atomic scale associations. As the landscape flickers into existence by the light of trapped electron particles, substructures begin to take shape and resemble crystalline substances. http://www.semiconductorfilms.com/root/nanowebbers/nanowebbers.htm

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          • mechanimal - SECRET_SCIENCE (Official Video)

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            now featured on the CreatorProject : http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/mechanimal-secret-science-music-video?utm_source=tcptwitterus .. yet another entire summer's worth of delving into the complexities of esoteric cyber microscopy via complex fractal formula explorations - utilising any & all sorts of free, open source & command line software. most of the first part's sequences were shot entirely on my cheap-arse kinect360 - the resulting PCs & depth data captured via Brekel-free & manipulated in Meshlab, 3DSMax/VRay, Cebas TP, Mettle FreeForm & Trapcode Form. audio by MECHANIMAL video by denial.of.service Inner Ear Records IIN102L © 2014 http://www.facebook.com/dof.service http://soundcloud.com/states http://www.facebook.com/inorganic.being http://www.behance.net/states http://twitter.com/densityofstate http://www.d-os.org http://mechanimal.gr http://www.facebook.com/Mechanimal.Official http://soundcloud.com/mech-nimal http://twitter.com/Mech_nimal http://inner-ear.gr https://www.facebook.com/InnerEarRecords https://soundcloud.com/innerearrecords "Secret Science" was recorded in MECHANIMAL’s own Athens studio during the winter and spring of 2014. Written and produced by Giannis Papaioannou, founder of the band, with a long history in the Greek post- punk and electronic scene. "Secret Science" is out on vinyl including bonus cd, cassette digital album from Inner Ear Records. purchase link : http://smarturl.it/g9dp63

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            • Microscopic Worlds - Life that we don't see

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              from Daniel Stoupin / Added

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              My old short movie (don't take it seriously!) about microscopic life showing some of the freshwater microscopic fauna under high magnifications. That was the first online clip I made - hadn't had any prior video editing experience. Well, everyone has to start somewhere, so feel free to make fun out of it and especially the narration quality ) We are surrounded with various living creatures, but how often do we notice the tiniest ones and how small can they be? Such common but inconspicuous organisms like water fleas, seed shrimps, and hydras are less than a centimeter (0.4 inches) in size but they are very important components of the freshwater ecosystems. The vast majority of organisms are even smaller and they are completely invisible with naked eyes. Using sophisticated optic systems I am bringing even the smallest animals before your eyes; they can be magnificent and scary, fast-moving or hiding; most of them look nothing like animals we see every day… Attribution and credits appear at the end of the video Visit my blog post to learn more about the video development: http://notes-from-dreamworlds.blogspot.com/2011/11/microscopic-worlds-movie-and-how-it-was.html All photographs appearing in the movie can be viewed on my web site: http://microworldsphotography.com

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              • Drift

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                from Carl Burton / Added

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                A life-form floats through a surreal organic environment

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                • God of Small Things

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                  from Chris Abbas / Added

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                  My awesome friend Sumit and I wanted to make an experimental film together, so we collaborated and dreamed up God of Small Things. Several thousand still photographs were shot with a Canon 30D, intervalometer, and microscope borrowed from a teacher-friend. The stills were captured at a rate of 5 - 12 frames per second then sequenced together. All post was executed through AE including color grading. Thank you Múm for the awesome music.

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                  • The Making Of Nokia 'Dot'

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                    • Nick Graalman Timelapse Promo

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                      from Nick Graalman / Added

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                      Nick Graalman :: Director Of Photography :: Camera :: Timelapse More info available at http://www.quenchstudios.com.au

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