1. The Mighty Measure!

    02:39

    from Felix Fernando Oliha Added 112 0 0

    Its... THE MIGHTY MEASURE!!!! This infomercial parody was made as part of a project for my New Media Design class at Georgia Southern University. Please enjoy! Special thanks to Jeff Crouch (Roommate/Co-Star) and Alyssa Noel (Girlfriend/Camera Assistant).

    + More details
    • untitled_{grammar in use}

      04:09

      from Matthew West Added 112 4 0

      Digital Animation, 2010 www.westieinc.com

      + More details
      • Georgia Covers the Death Penalty?

        02:15

        from Mob Logic Added 112 2 0

        MobLogic wants to know if the people of Georgia know about the execution we're in town to cover.

        + More details
        • Nannies R' Us - a mockumentary

          15:05

          from Monte Cristo Added

          A mockumentary about the Live-In Caregiver Program in Canada. Done for a school project and originally formatted in a flash-based website. Filmed in April 2009. Thanks to the Magkaisa Centre for helping me with this.

          + More details
          • Politics and New Media

            01:00:01

            from GeorgetownCCT Added 112 0 0

            The Communication, Culture and Technology Faculty Research Discussion Series presents: "Politics and New Media" featuring Diana Owen, CCT Professor Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

            + More details
            • Make A Joyful Noise

              03:25

              from PolyesterThought Added 112 0 0

              A collaboration between PolyesterThought/We Claim Anonymity and The St Andy's Youth Group Noise Ensemble, "Make a Joyful Noise" was produced over a month. The song is a staple hymn of the United Church of Canada, and is an interpretation of Psalm 100. The noises and sounds used to create the audio portion were all created by the participants and became the basis of samples. In the course of creating this video, the youth noise ensemble learned aspects of the creation of New Media art, had input on the shape of the project, learned about Psalm 100 and the Pentecost. The video was screened to the congregation of St Andrews United Church in North Bay, Ontario as a part of the church's May 19, 2013 Pentecost service/celebration.

              + More details
              • A Warm Place

                02:14

                from Konstantino Kapetaneas Added 112 0 0

                A Warm Place is an interactive video game (best enjoyed on an analogue television, played with a classic game controller). The piece attempts to evoke a sense of nostalgia in the player by capturing and emulating moments from my own childhood (playing video games in the mid 90s). In particular, the piece addresses the notion of re-experiencing the past in hopes of finding a childlike sense of peace, while at the same time understanding that this nostalgic encounter is simply an emulation. This idea of “keeping the past in its place” is communicated by the game’s narrative structure: the first half of the game acts as a gateway into the player’s childhood, making reference to several classic video game tropes. The latter half of the game abruptly disrupts the player’s experience by introducing unconventional, disorienting and psychedelic elements.

                + More details
                • Time Travel

                  00:13

                  from Carl Farrell Added 112 0 0

                  This is something I decided to do in an attempt to cure some of my boredom. Still needs some work, but I think it is polished enough to show the world.

                  + More details
                  • "Oasis" Installation Documentation

                    12:02

                    from Miles Toland Added 112 3 0

                    "Oasis" (from Meta.Morph.Oasis) Miles “Telos” Toland - oil, acrylic, & aerosol on panel - video projection from mixed media pedestal - sound immersive viewing pedestal 2013 This is the documentation of my sound immersive projection on painting work, "Oasis," of "Meta.Morph.Oasis." It was shot at my BFA exhibition, EXPO:13, at Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA in May, 2013. Meta.Morph.Oasis is a three-part installation moving through self-reflection, self-activation, and self- actualization. The overarching narrative begins with a harsh reality weighted with symbols of psychological distraction and oppression. Surrealistic imagery and a cathartic energy recontextualize the symbols into a perspective that celebrates the flow and cycles of life. The mood advances into a peaceful state of being with a meditative focus celebrating the infinite potential. This transfiguration shifts from passivity to activity, fear to courage, and ego to spirit. The installation creates a synesthetic relationship between painting, video, sound, and even touch.

                    + More details
                    • Ice hearts of the city

                      03:12

                      from underdogs Added 112 1 0

                      На Айпаде воспроизводится анимация живого сердца со звуком биения. Когда рядом никого нет — сердце на Айпаде начинает «замерзать», когда рядом человек — сердце его «замечает» и от этого начинает «согреваться». Сердцу можно посылать сообщения через Твиттер, отчего его пульс еще более учащается и звучит сказочная музыка. За вечер с инсталляцией пообщалось 165 человек. Credits: Dmitry Sulliwan, Masha Sarbash, Alexander Fedorenko

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?

                      Tags

                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."