1. Motion Tracking Test #02


    from Robert Francis Müller / Added

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    This is my second test for my film. I wanted to see how Mocha works when tracking things that go off screen. It deals with it quite well indeed! Though I had to make a few adjustments. I also wanted to see if I could get the face looking like it was supposed to be there. I increased a box blur as he approaches the camera and added a similar amount of noise to match the footage. Looking forward to shooting the film now! :) Tech info: Shot: Canon HFS 100 Edit: FCP Motion Track: Mocha for AE Animation: After Effects Graded: MB Looks Music: Computer Love - Kraftwerk

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    • Motion Tracking Test


      from Robert Francis Müller / Added

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      I'm about to start work on a short film where I need to put a face onto a computer monitor, just like this test above. This is my first attempt at motion tracking, after a few initial failed attempts I got to this one which I'm quite pleased with. I need to work out lip syncing next! Tech info: Shot: Canon HFS 100 Edit: FCP Motion Track: Mocha for AE Animation: After Effects Graded: MB Looks Music: Computer Love - Kraftwerk

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      • F**K You Buddy


        from Tina Tarpgaard / Added

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        Welcome to the game! Choose your characteristics: 1. ”Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” 2. "Do unto others as they do unto you." 3. “Do unto others as you wish, before they do it unto you” The fusion of “game theory” (a mathematical attempt to pre­dict human behaviour) and the dramaturgical development in computer games in the last decade, is the conceptual and visual frame of this performance for 4 dancers and an interacting video scenography. With graphics and choreogra­phy inspired by the totalitarian collectivism in games like “Lem­ming’s” to the anarchistic indi­vidualism in “GTA”, “Fuck you Buddy” is a performance for the sake of the game, a game about winning at any cost and about being born inherently selfish.....or? Credits: Dancers: Maxim-Jo Beck Mcgosh, Patricia Seron Pawlik, Rumiko Otsuka and Nassim Meki Choreographer: Tina Tarpgaard Video Artists: Ole Kristensen (ole.kristensen.name) and Jonas Jongejan (halfdanj.dk) Composer and sound design: Pelle Skovmand Light design: Michael Breiner, assistant Jonas Corneliussen Programer: Søren Knud Costumes: Mette Jehrbo

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        • THTR408 - Trial_#2


          from m-di / Added

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          -[ Trial_#2 ]- - Wiimote - OSCulator - Isadora - projector - Featured Wallpaper: "O" Cirque du Soleil -[ Trial_#3 ]- - Image to be replaced by original video footage - improve motion tracking accuracy - Projection Keystone-ing/ Focus

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          • THTR408 - Trial//#1


            from m-di / Added

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            -[ Trial #1 ]- - Wiimote - OSCulator - Isadora - Featured Video: "Live Painting and Mapping" by Antivj Lab http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te9R33H0zuo -[ Trial #2 ]- - Video to be replaced by original footage - improve motion tracking accuracy - move to projection testing from monitor - experiment with projection material

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            • Switch Bumper 01


              from Shawn Hight / Added

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              This is one of three bumpers completed as part of my final project at VFS. The concept for the bumpers came from the "magic moments" in winter sports. The magic moment for this is a combination of the technical aspects of riding and the techniques of the rider. Thanks to: Kasey Lum, Piper McKenzie and Brandon Peterson helping me film on the mountain. Riders: Piper Mckenzie Music: ROBINTONE, Cowboy Song (for Martha) freemusicarchive.org You can download the Case Study and Brand Guide at www.shawnhight.com if you are interested

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              • Nike Response


                from Matt Wiechec / Added

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                Nike Response is an advertisement installation existing in a storefront display, which is designed to interact with potential customers passing by. Created in Flash using http://blog.soulwire.co.uk AS3 Webcam Motion Tracking and http://philippevk.com DistortGrid libraries. Live Demo: http://mattwiechec.com/projects/nike-response/

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                • Power Lines and Pole Removal


                  from Kevin Snyder / Added

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                  For this scene, the power lines and pole needed to be removed for a meteor to be composited into the scene. The removal was tricky due to the tilt change of the camera. Two clean plates were created and motion tracked into the scene. Some rotoscoping was also done when the women walks in front of the power pole that was removed.

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                  • Motion Tracking test (SynthEyes)


                    from ben u / Added

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                    Tracked this footage with SynthEyes, then composited the text in After Effects. The goal was to see what was involved in creating a stranger-than-fiction-esque style for some helicopter footage. One of the final composites subsequent to this test can be seen here: http://vimeo.com/11557621

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                    • matchmoving & lighting test


                      from mehmet fatih usta / Added

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                      Pftrack-3dsmax (Vray)

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