1. 3D Display - Re-Imaging (Three.js & Leap Motion)


    from Robbie Tilton / Added

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    www.RobbieTilton.com Using threejs I created a 3D scene and rendered four unique camera angles to reflect off of a plexi glass prism. It creates the illusion of a 3Dimensional volumetric display in it's most crude state. I also attached my Leap Motion to start controlling the globe with a simple point of the finger.

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    • The Siren


      from Laura Jean Healey / Added

      A critically acclaimed work, 'The Siren' is the first life size (High Definition) holographic film installation. The film explores of the nature of the feminine mystique within the screen and the seemingly active gaze of the audience, to reveal the inherent paradoxes and enchanting nature of the seduction of the projected image. It is within the substantial nothingness of the screen that the Siren’s projected presence exists as pure artifice. Filmed entirely underwater in slow motion and originally projected as a life size holographic installation, the film makes the impossible - a women living and breathing underwater - become a reality. Beautiful and haunting, she exists as pure ephemeral light and constructs her own reality, which playing to her supposed nothingness forces the audience to acknowledge her presence, power and autonomy. ‘The Siren’ was awarded the Passion for Freedom 2013 Gold Film Award for it's artistic value and powerful visual message embodying the freedom of women and the MAMA’s Corporate 2012 Award for the most innovative concept and design.

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      • Disney Thunder Mountain Birds


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        This was a project I was Technical/Art Director working with Tombolo Interactive and Disney World Florida. They are in the process of re-designing a lot of the ride ques so kids get less bored while waiting to get on a ride. These birds where designed to use the Peppers's Ghost effect (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pepper%27s_ghost)

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        • Motion Holographics


          from Manu Skript / Added

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          Move a transparent mirror in a holographic showcase and get experienced by significant buildings and landmarks of stuttgart. This update of the "Pepper's Ghost Effect" includes interactive animations as well as datavisualisations. Thereby you can combine the physical with the digital world which can be especially used in exhibitions and interactive installations. Bachelor thesis 2011 "Audiovisual Media" at HdM Stuttgart in cooperation with janglednerves Stuttgart. © Emanuel Haas 2011 Music: Fritz Kalkbrenner - Simple Sample Action http://www.behance.net/gallery/Motion-Holographics/2150707

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          • Ayahuasca


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            UNATC Cinematography 2nd year 35mm Kodak Plus-X 1.85:1 (here in 16:9) ARRIFLEX 2C/B Produced by - Letita Stefanescu Idea / Cinematography - Catalin Toma Editing / Grading - Dragos Dulea Art Direction - Ana Maria Cantabine 1st AC / Key grip - Radu Tancau Kodak Plus-X Film Stock, UNATC Labs Thanks: George Blonda, Anca Barbu, Sorin Botosaneanu, Ovidiu Radulet, Ionut Toma, Flaviu Man, Cristian Ples, Flavia Gheorghe, Ismail Jamaludin, Felis Catus, Milkdrop, Ipomoea Violacea Check out Dragos at www.vimeo.com/eatusalive

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            • The Siren by Laura Jean Healey


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              2012 Self Produced Holographic Film Installation, using Musion Das Holograms 'Eyeliner' System. ‘The Siren’ is the very first underwater holographic film installation. The film was awarded the Passion for Freedom 2013 Gold Film Award for it's artistic value and powerful visual message embodying the freedom of women and the MAMA’s Corporate 2012 Award for the most innovative concept and design.

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              • palmer//harding ss12


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                This season palmer//harding has worked with director Malcolm Pate and LOVE magazine mens fashion director Anders Sølvsten Thomsen to create a short film which debuts at London Fashion Week as part of the British Fashion Council Cinema. The film stars Vogue cover model Egle Jezepcikaite and Matt Bell, and is described by the director as: "Employing the Victorian "Pepper's Ghost" effect to create ephemeral projections in-camera without the use of any digital special effects. palmer//harding's video explores the reflection of a young couple lost in the ebb and flow of the layers and memories of one another." Director: Malcolm Pate Featuring: Matt Bell & Egle Jezepcikaite at Elite Stylist: Anders Sølvsten Thomsen Cinematographer: Thomas English Set Designer: Penny Mills Hair Stylist: Soichi Inagaki Makeup Artist: Thomas De Kluyver Director Assistant: Jenna Cherie Stylist Assistant: Helen Rendell Makeup Artist Assistant: Helena Kastensson Camera Assistant: Celia Claire Moodie Gaffer: Kate Molins Music: Malcolm Pate

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                • The Macallan In-Store 'Holographic' Campaign


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                  Inition's (www.inition.co.uk) 'holographic' installation for The Macallan was developed by our 3D artists working with existing assets from brand owners The Edrington Group to create the content for this innovative POS campaign to be used by Maxxium Travel Retail, the European marketing and distribution company. The campaign features the product itself with 3D animations appearing in and around The Macallan 1824 limited release decanter. The unique point of sale displays can be seen at point of sale locations in Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and at The Macallan distillery in Speyside, Scotland.

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                  • 3D Display - Re-Imaging (Peppers Ghost) - Using Threejs


                    from Robbie Tilton / Added

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                    Using threejs I created a 3D scene and rendered for unique camera angles to reflect off of 1/16" plexi. It creates the illusion of a 3Dimensional volumetric display in it's most crude state.

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                    • Forever 21 Hologram Fashion Show Breakdown


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                      This summer, Denver production legends Futuristic Films and motion design boutique Spillt came together to create a truly innovative and never before seen event for Forever 21 and Space150. This unique collaboration combined the full gamut of production capabilities including using 3D rendering techniques, custom screens, green screen video shoots, high-end projectors, special effects, and tens of thousands of key frames. We created a never-before-seen fashion show experience. This new event premiered during the Forever 21 store grand opening in Vienna, Austria and has since been seen in similar events in Belgium, London, New York, Los Angeles and many more. The primary goal of the fashion show is to highlight the new line, allowing the audience to look at as many models as possible from as many angles as possible. By infusing the show with holographic technology, we were able to maximize the number of models and the angles from which the audience sees them. Credits: Client: A Making Of Space150 Billy Jurewicz: Director, Founder Executive Producer: Genna Freeburg Technical Director: Julio Obeillero Futuristic Films, Denver, CO Producer: Brendan Kiernan Director: Jasper Gray Production Manager: Sean Madaras Assitant: Richie Kendall DP: Harris Charalambous Gaffer: Brendan Alperin Assistant: Ken Wales VFX Technician: Kyle Ruddick SPILLT Director: Ryan Bramwell Executive Producer: Kimberly Peterson Design Direction: Matt Benson Edit: Ben Eslinger 3D/2D Animation, Compositing, and Design: Brian Long, Shawn Astrom, Kevin Kerndt, Josh Thiel, John Camalick, Ed Rhine, John Brisnehan

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