1. Lagoa.com – launch video


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    Announcing the rebirth of Lagoa. lagoa.com is a platform for creating 3D. This video features the MultiOptics Interactive rendering technology – our Progressive, Physically based rendering backend is built for speed, accuracy and scale in the cloud. Lagoa let's you work collaboratively where several users can edit the same 3D Scenes in realtime, reviewing and visualizing with sophisticated materials. To know more visit www.lagoa.com

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    • Cloudier App


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      Cloudier is an iOS client for CloudApp. This is a concept video, the real thing is coming soon. http://cloudierapp.com

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      • New Zealand - Land of the Long White Cloud


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        We have seen an increasing number of great New Zealand time lapses from local and overseas artists. A good number of them making the 'Vimeo Staff Pick' gallery. Now here’s mine – ‘New Zealand – Land of the Long White Cloud’. Translated, this means 'Aotearoa' being the Maori name for New Zealand. As a city dweller, I'm often 'geographically challenged' when it comes to escaping the city and fulfilling my desire to time lapse the New Zealand wilderness. Hence, this is my first time lapse of New Zealand landscapes. It is a compilation of my best material captured to date from various trips over the past year. The locations include the petrified sand dunes at Cape Rienga in the far north to the lush rain forests on Stewart Island in the deep south. There’s also a few lighthouses and other places in between, namely the pristine lakes of Central Otago, the rugged West Coast and the stunning geology on the Wairarapa Coast. Thanks for your 'likes', 'shares' and comments - they are all greatly appreciated. Gear and Post Production Nikon D700 with Nikkor 14-24mm f2.8, Nikon D200 with Samyang 14mm f2.8, Dynamic Perception – Stage Zero and Stage One, MX2 controller, Emotimo TB3, LRTimelapse, Adobe Lightroom, After Effects, and Premier Pro Follow Me Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StephenPatiencePhotography Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenpatience Website: www.patience.co.nz Fotoblur:http://www.fotoblur.com/people/spatience Credits Dynamic Perception, Emotimo, Bevan Percival (NZ's pre-eminent time lapse artist), a few friends and work colleagues. Thanks for your feedback. Music licence On My Way Home, by Dexter Britain Facebook: https://soundcloud.com/naturesounds_nz Website: http://www.dexterbritain.co.uk Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dexterbritain Background sounds - Nature Sounds of New Zealand (http://naturesounds.co.nz) and SoundBible.com

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          • The lonesome death of attachment


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            • Wisps of Wind Render


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              Final render for the Wisps of Wind tutorial. http://greyscalegorilla.com/blog/tutorials/wisps-of-wind-with-mospline Watch it at greyscalegorilla.com

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              • Pinoccio - IndieGogo Campaign Pitch


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                • Cloud Test 2


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                  Project work for Making Class, Products of Design SVA. by Richard Clarkson

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                  • Quotient Introduction


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                    Quotient is incredibly simple online quoting software for your business. This video explains how Quotient works, how to make a quote and how Quotient integrates with Xero online accounting software.

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                    • Point Cloud


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                      Video of earlier Prototypes: vimeo.com/38959713 Photos & Process: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ettubrute/sets/72157629909864772/ *UPDATE: Unfortunately Point Cloud has been destroyed :( You can read about it here: http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/brainiac/2012/10/ghost_art.html Project Description: Point Cloud is an attempt to reimagine our daily interaction with weather data. Weather has always had a unique place in our lives, because it has a multiplicity that encompasses both the concrete and the indeterminate. It is the intangible context within which we build our lives and our cities, but it is also the physical element against which we create protective shelter. Most of the time it is an invisible network that we can see but are not aware of; yet it can manifest in a spectacle or disaster, come forward and activate our senses, make us forget our rationality in delight or fear. With modern scientific and technological developments, we can now deploy sophisticated monitoring devices to document and observe weather. Yet despite these advances, our analysis and understanding of meteorology is still largely approximate, and in many cases, inaccurate. Weather continues surprise us and elude our best attempts to predict, control, and harness the various elements. In contrast, however, the nuances of weather’s continuously shifting states are largely oversimplified as the information is transmitted into our daily experience. Our various home and mobile devices most likely distill a forecast into static representations, such as numeric values or simple infographics of sun, clouds, or rain. There is a deep discrepancy between the flatness of the visualizations we are accustomed to, and the rich mixture of tactility and perceptibility of our immediate physical experience. As a critical response to these issues, Point Cloud emerges as a sculptural form defined by a thin wire mesh, driven asynchronously by 8 individual servos controlled via Arduino. As whiteness of the hanging structure begins to disappear into the background, the viewer is treated to a constantly morphing swarm of black points dancing through midair. The project’s ambitions are two-fold - first and foremost it seeks to meditate on the transmutation of digital data back into analog movement. In the current prototype, the speed, smoothness, and direction of rotation are modulated to interpret a live feed of weather data. Instead of displaying static values of temperature, humidity, or precipitation, Point Cloud performs the data, dynamically shifting between stability and turbulence, expansion and contraction. It re-introduces weather conditions as a permanently variable state, and creates a visceral experience in our interactions with weather. The second aspiration of the project is an attempt to conceptually mime the structural complexity of meteorological systems - wherein predictable elements converge into unpredictable or unexpected outcomes. The various components of Point Cloud are functionally autonomous and clearly defined: 4 cables descend into a central control core, from which a lightweight steel space frame cantilevers and supports the 8 servos. Each servo powers a cam mechanism that activates 3 to 4 pistons that push and pull on various parts of the wire mesh - composed of over 300 feet of wire thread, and 966 intersection joints. Despite the fact that the only type of mechanical actuation is linear, the resulting motion is like that of a third degree digital surface; the effects each push and pull ripple out along the elastic tension of the wire threads, and in combination with the syncopated rhythm of the servos, create movement that is complex, unexpected, and hopefully wondrous.

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