1. EXPO mermaid


    from martin de thurah / Added

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    Director Martin de Thurah Dop Laust Trier, Martin de Thurah Edit Adam Nielsen Producer Malene Dyhring / Bacon Music Jonas Bjerre Part of the Danish pavillion EXPO Shanghai 2010 The Mermaid travels to China

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    • 60" Shanghai


      from Luma.Launisch / Added

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      video : luma.launisch music : ken hayakawa

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      • In a dark lonely night.....


        from Hans Christian Barth / Added

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        Free Project by Photographer/Director Hans Christian Barth www.hcbarth.com

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        • Kina 2010


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          Bilder från min månadslånga resa till Kina under våren 2010.

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          • The long way to bangkok Trailer


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            First attempt at a trailer for the video of "the long way to Bangkok." I decided to make a few trailers just to give me a chance to practice before I go ahead and make the real thing - and to check all my software and hardware can cope with the HD video content. I'm off to the countryside tomorrow to do some Muay Thai for a couple of weeks so won't have another chance to practice for a little while - but will get to work on some more light hearted trailers! I hope this trailer conveys some of the epic scenes we encountered on our journey to Bangkok. The map is a bit blurred I know...need to find a higher res map so If anyone has one... All video content straight from the camera - always learning new things about video...I already wish I had taken more footage and used a higher contrast setting. Its all practice though and the videos are just going to get better and better! June 14th 2010, three students and one full time worker were about to embark on a huge adventure. Myself, David Schulte, Sasirapa Charlanawat and Wei Tang had decided to go to Thailand from London by land. We were going to use buses, local drivers, trains, boats and a good pair walking boots to get us to our final destination of Bangkok by the 4th August 2010. It took a few months of planning due to the mass of required visas and the coordination of dates that are associated with time restricted travel. The route developed naturally - or shall I say, I wanted as tough a route as possible and to get away from all commercial tourism. It was originally just myself who planned to take on this trip and infact, my class mates laughed when they first heard my plan. Little did they know that several months later they would be sitting on a three day bus journey through the heart of Mongolia. After hearing an urge to travel from my good friend Dave, I invited him along for the ride. The rough plan was to head quickly through Europe by train torwards Moscow. We would spend a few days in Moscow before getting a train to Novosibirsk which was around 50 hours away from Moscow. This is where my desire for tough travel started to kick in. It is a fairly simple task to ride a train from Moscow to Ulaanbaatar directly and this is what most tourists do. Not satisfied with that, I found some information on other routes into Mongolia, primarily through the Altai region. There wasn't so much information available on the net and pretty much zero information in the guide books so I thought this would be the right route for Sam Spicer. I sent a few emails to the UK embassy in Mongolia to check up on the border crossings and whether they were still open. Upon recieving a reply from the embassy the route was decided. We would get off at Novosibirsk, catch a bus down to Barnaul where we would then find a local guide and his jeep to take us down through the Altai Republic heading torwards the Mongolian Border. Once at Kosh Agach (a small market town before the strictly controlled border area) we would need to hitch a ride over the border into Mongolia. Ofcourse this was all a bit unpredictable but thats how I like to travel. The back up plan would be to back track back to Novosibirsk and wait for a train direct to Ulaanbaatar. Next up we would have to catch a bus or hire a vehicle to take us from Western Mongolia to Ulaanbaatar, the capital city. We planned to stay a whole week in Ulaanbaatar so we would be there for the Naadam games which was quite an experience to say the least. We had reserved train tickets for the Mongolia - Beijing train leaving on the 16th July knowing full well a lot of Naadam festival tourists would be taking the same route. After Beijing, Shanghai was next on the list followed by a train right across China into Yunnan province. From the city of Kunming we would make our way down by bus to the Mekong river to catch a special boat which goes directly to Thailand (Via laos and Burma without the need for visas). The original plan was to be in Thailand by the first of August to meet with my Thai teacher who lives in Chiang Mai. Not all went to plan, but I'll let you read the photo descriptions for an explanation. The final leg would be a simple overnight train down from Chiang Mai to Bangkok where we would send Dave off to the airport back to sunny England...or maybe to be a dog sledge racer in Alaska (A slight development mid trip). Not all went to plan but it was an amazing trip. Dave, Sasi and Vivien had not travelled like this before and did really well making it through some of the tougher parts of the journey. Even Sam Spicer himself was struggling on the three day bus journey. I am intending to send this link to the various emails of people I met along the way so I'd like to take this opportunity to say; Thanks to everyone we met along the trip, you all made it a truely magical and memorable trip and it is not something I will be forgetting in a hurry. Many thanks to the guys at the rainbow hostel, Tim, Dimitri, Japal, Zaiad, Zaiad's daughter and relatives, the numerous Nomads we met and drank tea with, Bob and Trent, Viviens family, aajarn Vantana and Simon, Inks family in Bangkok and finally all the other people that made it happen! I will be working on a video over the next couple of months as we filmed alot of the trip - its alot of run and gun footage but I hope to make a decent film out of it all. I'm not sure If I'll be able to upload to the internet due to music copyright issues that are so prevalent now, but any family members and close friends will be sure to get a copy of the DVD! Sam Music - Hans Zimmer - Inception - Time

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            • France pavilion visits the Latvia pavilion


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              Staff of Pavilion of France visits the Latvia pavilion and enjoy Technology of Happiness.

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              • Sustainability Space Day at the Swedish Pavilion, Shanghai World Expo 2010


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                Global industry inspired to innovate sustainable products using space technology At the Sustainability Space Day in Shanghai on Oct 10, innovation and sustainability project Down To Earth gathered top stakeholders from industry, government and academia. The purpose was to discuss how commercialized space technologies can generate a more sustainable world, while creating growth, innovations and new jobs. For both states and corporations, space technology transfer is becoming big business. - Sustainability Space Day is about showing key stakeholders of society that they can benefit from solutions in space. We meet global topics such as education, household services and city development with innovative ideas inspired by space, says Cecilia Hertz, co-founder of Down To Earth and Managing Director of space design company Umbilical Design. NASA technology based success story Swedish entrepreneur Dag Landvik have vast experience in space technology transfer, after having built up Fagerdala World Foams. The company is an international group specializing in high technology polymer foams and a world wide success story in using space technology after developing the “Tempur” foam based on NASA technology. The ”Tempur” foam was accepted to the NASA Hall of Fame in 1998. - The space sector is fantastic to understand and use for innovations, and as a source for inspiration. At Fagerdala we managed to find the right application for NASA’s technology in our own state of crisis and the successes have inspired us to continue apply space technology for other business areas. Examples are boat hulls and light weight components for the car industry, where we use material from space, says Dag Landvik, key note speaker. Mind challenging initiative with high ambition The project is founded by space design company Umbilical Design and Jönköping International Business School, with the overall objective to stimulate industry to create new exciting jobs for young people based on sustainable technologies. - Down to Earth is a mind challenging initiative and a chance for industry, academia and society to work around real global challenges and explore new innovative business opportunities. As an educator of tomorrow’s international business developers it is important for us to be part of driving this kind of development, says Professor Niclas Adler, co-founder of Down To Earth and Dean and Managing Director of Jönköping International Business School in Sweden. See full story at: http://downtoearth.se/101010/

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                • CFCB Remix for Nike Sportswear


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                  This film for Nike Sportswear documents an interactive football match where the ball movement is turned into explosions of digital color in the real world. The result is like a live action video game played by streetwear influencers. I tried to bring this alive in the remix by creating a hiphop video gamey sort of track out of the original rap rock version. download the track here http://soundcloud.com/user4426421/cfcb-remix-for-nike-sportswear

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                  • BRG China - Teknik - Lindholmen Science Park


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                    Lindholmen Science Park in Gothenburg in Chinese

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                    • BRG China - Miljö


                      from Janolof Fritze / Added

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                      Environment issues in Gothenburg in Chinese

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