1. Entropy - IdN Magazine v20n2

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    Entropy is the randomness of the microscopic constituents of a thermodynamic system, and a measure of the loss of information in a transmitted signal or message. It is heat death, it is inevitable social decline and degeneration- in a closed system, it is accountable chaos. 2000 pictures compose this piece- that is, 2000 perfect different water drops into which we mapped an animation. Droplets that behave and look strangely similar at the stage of less entropy, and become more disordely as they splash. You can check out the making of here: vimeo.com/65155966 We have also started a new blog with this piece, with an in-depth post about it. You can read the long version here: In English: http://physaliablog.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/entropy-long-version/ In Spanish: http://physaliablog.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/entropy-version-larga/ or else have a peek to the shorter one: In English: http://physaliablog.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/entropy-short-version/ In Spanish: http://physaliablog.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/entropy-version-corta/ Credits: Direction & Production: Physalia Comissioned: IdN Magazine Audio: Cypheraudio Programming: Jordi Planas & Physalia Making Of Pictures: Albert Treblah ------------------------------------------------------- www.physaliastudio.com Join Physalia: facebook.com/pages/Physalia-Studio/312137322501?ref=ts

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    • The Story Behind Dashing Dish™

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      This is the story behind how Dashing Dish™ got started. I hope this video inspires and encourages you to find a new way to look at health and beauty, through God’s eyes. It’s so important to me that women know the truth about who they are in Christ, and hope to show you just a glimpse of what God has taught me over the years. Also, a big special thanks to the GoToTell team for helping the vision for the video come to life!

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      • Michael Rutter - On the Level

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        All Bean Maxwell wants is for the picture on his foyer wall to hang level. But will his dedication to the little details cause him to lose sight of the bigger picture? This was completed at Ringling College of Art and Design in 2009 as my senior thesis in the Computer Animation program. I am responsible for all work shown.

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        • Castle. Sweetening the Sony A7S using Slog2 + Pro Gamut + Film Convert.

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          As I try to get more and more from the Sony A7S, I learn more and more. And I've found that using Kholi's modified PRO picture profile, slog2 as the gamma, and use filmconvert in post that you can get beautiful results. The big secret I feel is to use s log2 on the camera and the color matrix of PRO, not S GAMUT. Thanks to Kholi, he lead me to better color thru the pro matrix, even though the other pro sony video cameras use s gamut. Much more pleasing than the S gamut color setting in terms of skin tone and saturation. Here's the cooking ingredients to put into the menu: Slog2 PicPro from Kholi - Black Level: 0 Gamma Slog: 2 Black Gamma > Range: Middle , Level: -3 Knee > Mode: Auto , Auto Set > Max Point: 95 , Sensitivity: Mid Colore Mode: Pro Saturation: +8 Color Phase -2 Color Depth > R+1, G-1, B+2,, C-2, M-1, Y-3 Detail > Level, -5 Adjust > Mode; Manual, V/H Balance: -2, B/W Balance Type3, Limit: 0, Crispening:0, hi_light Detail: 0 White balance > Manual > Grid setting B 1 (one to the left) You don't have to follow it perfectly, but overall it can get to some stunning results. And the secret to any log recording is post. And I'm the biggest fan of the Film Convert program to process the film - http://www.filmconvert.com. This is my secret weapon. Download and play with the different camera profiles. Then save the new files. I used Film Convert Arri Alexa Log C profile for grading. FilmConvert setting is Arri Alexa as the camera. logC. film stock is Fuji Film 8543 Vivid. color 93. curve 100. size 35mm full frame. grain 0. it can be a little too punchy in places, but overall gives a nice creamy look. the banding is interesting. it doesn't really bother me too much. I think shooting to 4:2:2 on the external recorders will help with this. The whole 8 bit vs 10 bit thing isn't as big of a deal as most people think. I've used 8 bit for so long and have graded fine off of it. 10-bit is a modern camera thing! I like it better than the sony f55 lut fiilmconvert has - has more creaminess. When you go to edit, remember to add some pretentious classical music. And a sunset shot! That's pretty much it - it's pretty simple to make this camera shine - and I'm excited more and more to see everyone's results. Please ask me some more questions! Lets make the imagery out of your new camera as good as we can! I really believe in this camera.

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          • JUST EAT: IndieGoGo Trailer

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            Want this documentary to get finished? Click here! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/just-eat Just Eat is a documentary that asks: Why is the deadliest mental illness the most ignored?

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            • Dr. David Powlison - What hope of healing is there for someone with borderline personality disorder?

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              Dr. David Powlison responds to the question "What hope of healing is there for someone with borderline personality disorder?" Ask your own questions at www.CCEF.org.

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              • Compulsion

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                Questioning the point at which a habit becomes a clinical disorder, this short film documents the process of ordering and the compulsion to do so. The making of this film: it took 13 hours in total to shoot all the images for the stop-motion, 286 baked beans and a lot of willpower.

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                • Divine Deliverance

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                  For Divya, life seemed idealistic growing up in the lush green environs of Karnataka’s coffee district Coorg. She belonged to a traditional Indian family supportive of her in every way. Life just seemed perfect for Divya until her family encountered a problem that was beyond any solution they could find despite their best efforts. As it turned out someone intended them harm by performing witchcraft. How could Divya possibly fight against a supernatural evil far beyond her strength? She tells her story.

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                  • The Origin of STDD: The Sun Valley Remedy, Episode 1

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                    Singletrack Deficit Disorder (STDD) is a highly dangerous and almost virulent condition that affects thousands of Americans and Canadians every day. Science is also showing it to exist in the four corners of the globe. We have taken a close look at this condition and in this video, episode 1 of the Sun Valley Remedy, we look back at the origin of STDD. Fortunately there is a cure. You can go to www.visitsunvalley.com/remedy or to the Sun Valley Facebook page and enter to win The Remedy--an all expenses paid trip for two to Sun Valley Idaho this summer. This prize package also includes two Scott Genius 900 carbon frames built up with a special Fox, Shimano and Syncros build kit as well as all of the apparel and gear you need from Dakine, Scott Sports, Smith Optics, and Club Ride Apparel. Don't let another minute go by. Get your ticket to freedom by entering the Sun Valley Remedy! Shot and Directed by: Mark Oliver Produced by: Spencer Cordovano & Mark Oliver Written by: Greg Randolph & Mark Oliver Music: "Benchwarmers" by Finn Riggins Mini Donkey Riders - Julie Youngblood & Spencer Cordovano Clydesdale Rider - Scott Winkler Vespa Riders - Jesse Armstrong & Whitney McNees Dr. Dusty Looseberm: Nate Galpin Nurse Ronda: Rachel Porter Nurse Larry Lewski: Nate Farrel Assistant T. Crank: Chris Johnston Gabe (patient 1): Gabe Schroder Caleb (patient 2): Caleb Boucal Charlotte (patient 3): Charlotte Baker Dr. Louie Looseberm: Greg Randolf Special thanks to: Sun Valley Company The City of Ketchum Mini Donkeys: Sandra Willingham Clydesdale: Chana Hodash Costumes and Set Pieces: The Gold Mine Thrift Store The Elephants Perch Sun Summit India Wysong Billy Olsen Graphics: Tyler Hendrix

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                    • Brian in China - Ataxia Stem Cell Patient

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                      Brian traveled to China over the summer of 2008 to receive a second round of adult stem cell therapy for the treatment of symptoms associated with Ataxia. A muscle wasting neurological disorder, Brian's SCA1 saw marked improvement a second time around. Adult stem cells are not a cure - but may offer quality-of-life improvements to patients with few or no alternatives. Hospitals in China now treat a wide range of spinal cord injuries, neurodegenerative conditions and are rapidly tackling cardiovascular conditions as well. While we have hope that adult stem cell therapies will be available in many other countries in the near future, many conditions are currently treated through providers in China. Follow patients and read experiences at www.StemCellsChina.com.

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