1. Anatomy of Apple Design


    from Transparent House / Added

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    Transparent House used its visualization capabilities to create a tribute to a company they greatly admire on the occasion of the iPad release. The idea was to show a glimpse into the history of this product giant by modeling some of the innovative products they've developed in their 3+ decade history. The animation was done entirely using 3Ds Max and V-Ray render and took about 10 days to complete. Professionally done 3D visualization is the perfect tool to present concepts or new products in a beautiful, photoreal style, while creating a mood with music and conveying a message, through on-screen text or narration. This animation was an artistic exercise and not intended for commercial use. The animation is not affiliated with Apple or any third-party companies. We hope this animation will be used mainly as an educational tool for the 3d visualization or/and design industry. Update: We get a lot of comments and questions on why iMacs or iPods were not shown in the animation. The movie was done on the occasion of release of iPad. We wanted to show the products in Apple history that in our opinion were best related to the nature of the iPad. There were also time limitations - we just couldn' t get every product in. Update: This animation was completed in 2010 and doesn't include any products Apple has unveiled since then. You can follow on more news and projects from Transparent House on http://www.facebook.com/transparenthouse

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    • Nightfall


      from Valentin Schwind / Added

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      Created by Valentin Schwind, Music by Ivelina Nedyalkova More infos: http://nightfall.valisoft.com

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      • The Making of Longbird


        from Will Anderson / Added

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        BAFTA Film Awards 2013 WINNER - 'Short Animation' BAFTA Scotland Awards - AWARD FOR ANIMATION Watch 'behind-the-scenes' here - https://vimeo.com/32500808 www.themakingoflongbird.com AWARDS include: EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2012 – British Short Film Award & Mclaren Award GLASGOW SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2012 - Scottish Short Film Award BROOKLYN FILM FESTIVAL 2012 – Best Animation ANNECY INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ANIMATED FILM 2012 – Award for Best Graduation Film STUTTGART INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ANIMATED FILM 2012 – Young Animation EXPOSURES FILM FESTIVAL 2012 - Programmers Choice Award WARSAW INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2011 - Short Grand Prix DOK LEIPZIG 2011- 54th International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film - Golden Dove & Mephisto 97.6 Audience Award GIRAF ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2011 - Audience Award ROYAL TELEVISION SOCIETY Student Awards - Winner – Undergraduate Animation

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        • INTENSE stuffs


          from Lindsey J. Testolin / Added

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          Not only are you still anxious, but now your eyeballs are soaked in motion graphics juice. enjoy.

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          • Editing


            from Amir / Added

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            When two people edit a video... it's not hard, but it's not easy either. Does that make sense? I really don't want to piss you off. That's the last thing I want right now. Trust me. It's not in my best interest to make you mad. http://www.JakeAndAmir.com

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            • Simultaneous Capture, Version 2


              from Iain Brew / Added

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              This is the second Simultaneous capture edited video! Initial Concept and Editing: LCF (Iain) This was born from a project I devised to celebrate Vimeo's 250MB upload limit and also just for fun to see what would happen: Forum: http://www.vimeo.com/forums/topic:934 Final Clip: http://www.vimeo.com/clip:132737 All clips: http://www.vimeo.com/tag:worldinaminute From here I suggested we all capture video, not at one time around the world, but instantaneously around the world. Forum: http://www.vimeo.com/forums/topic:978 DJP also had this revelation from my idea and proposed we do this, to celebrate vimeo's second birthday Forum: http://www.vimeo.com/forums/topic:979 Final Clip: (this page) All clips: http://www.vimeo.com/tag:vimeo2simcap This final project has it's own forum! http://www.vimeo.com/forums/topic:1133 Thank you to everyone who participated from around the world, from Sydney to New York, London to Germany, Brazil to Arizonia - we covered many many places! Apologies to a few people whose clips aren't in the montage - generally certain formats of WMV (ie ASF) wouldn't convert in Final Cut Pro, meaning I couldn't add it to the final montage - they were great clips though which annoys me even more hehe! This clip took 10 - 14 hours to render (clips had to be resized, retimed etc for 4:3 PAL Final Cut Pro sequence) two large storyboards and two hours of trimming and editing to complete. I hope you enjoy the final result! I have to say, watching this clip through makes me feel really good about the world and humanity - with all the wars and mayhem happening right now, to me, this is kind of a beacon of hope - that it doesn't matter where we are in the world or who we are, some of us can all get along and make great things such as this on Vimeo :D

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              • PolySmasher


                from Lenny Wilson / Added

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                Fun with Clothilde, Spline dynamics, and Mograph 2. Made with C4D R11.5, comped in AE, sound mixed in Vegas. assorted sounds from Freesound.org

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                • LEGO Turing Machine


                  from Andre Theelen / Added

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                  This is a short documentary about the LEGO Turing Machine built by Jeroen van den Bos and Davy Landman at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI), Amsterdam (Netherlands). They built it for CWI's exposition "Turings Erfenis" in honor of the centenary of Alan Turing's birth on 23 June 1912. More on the LEGO Turing Machine here: http://www.legoturingmachine.org/ More info on the making of this video here: http://www.ecalpemos.nl/filmmaking/lego-turing-machine/ Alan Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped define the theoretical model of the computer as we know it today. He was a visionary, one of the few people of his time who recognized the role the computer would play for humanity. The Turing Machine (1936) is an adequate model of a computer. It can do anything the computers of today or tomorrow can do.

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                  • Eugene, directed by Spencer Susser (feat. Michael Govier and Karolina Wydra)


                    from Intel & W Hotels / Added

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                    A traveler in Washington DC gets a mysterious gift: an Ultrabook that grants all his wishes. How will he wield his unexpected powers? Why it was chosen: "The script had a surrealism and intensity that stood out amongst the others. I found it appealing that the story was adventurous and the conclusion can't be predicted." -- Roman Coppola Director: Spencer Susser One of the hottest young directors in Hollywood, Susser recently directed Joseph Gordon Levitt and Natalie Portman in Hesher, and was behind the acclaimed short film I Love Sarah Jane. Winning Screenwriter: Adam Blampied Adam Blampied is a student at the London Academy of Musical and Dramatic Arts. He writes and performs for the sketch comedy troupe, The Beta Males. Featuring: Michael Govier Michael Govier is an actor, director, and playwright. He is also a company member with Barrel of Monkeys, a theatre group that teaches creative writing to kids in public schools. Govier was discovered during an open casting call with director Spencer Susser. His good-natured look and soft, sympathetic eyes won him the part of Eugene. Featuring: Karolina Wydra Karolina Wydra has played several roles on the small and big screen. She was a recurring guest star opposite Hugh Laurie on the popular TV show House M.D. from 2011 to 2012, was featured in the 2008 cult hit film Be Kind Rewind with Jack Black, and in last year's summer blockbuster Crazy, Stupid, Love. Wydra will next be seen in the independent film Europa opposite Michael Nyqvist. Additional Notes: Australian singer-songwriter Ben Lee makes a cameo in a short musical piece written by another Australian Singer-songwriter Rai Thistlethwayte. About Four Stories Intel and W Hotels created Four Stories to identify and support rising visionaries in filmmaking, and provide them with a platform to share their talent with audiences around the world. Four winning scripts, inspired by iconic W Hotels destinations and the mobility of the Intel-inspired Ultrabook™, were chosen from nearly 1000 submissions from aspiring filmmakers worldwide. They were selected by a panel of entertainment industry insiders and filmmakers, and developed into short films. Roman Coppola and his production company, The Directors Bureau, matched the four scripts with some of today's most talented young directors and actors to bring each winner's vision to life. The resulting four films, plus an original short by Coppola himself, were shot at some of W Hotels' most exotic and cutting-edge locations — from the Maldives and Hollywood to Doha, Washington D.C. and Mexico City — and feature the Ultrabook as a central character. Four Stories is part of The Ultrabook Experience: a series of collaborations between Intel and innovative companies worldwide, enabled by the Ultrabook — a new category of computing devices powered by Intel.

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                    • Carol of the Bells - Computer Controlled Christmas Lights


                      from Richard Holdman / Added

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                      This is my 2007 Christmas Display with 45,000 lights and 176 channels of computer control. Visit holdman.com/christmas for more info. The original file is in Divx format, download the codec at http://tinyurl.com/q454f

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