1. Shadow's Light


    from Alexis Valladares / Added

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    A game created by me and Norma Tu during our time in CS80K at UCSC Shadow's Light is a stealth action game where the player can hide in areas that are dark and can also knock over objects in the light to cast a shadow for them to hide in. Player can also fight enemies through either the same way they knock over objects or through a fireball. Song: Sapphire Artist Parkinson White & Kyle Cook https://terrorhythm.bandcamp.com/album/sapphire-e-p Contact Me: alexisovalladares@gmail.com Contact Norma: nstu@ucsc.edu

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    • Idea Harvesting


      from Kip Radt / Added

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      Take careful notice of that which surrounds you, for it is there that ideas are born. Created at the University of California Santa Cruz, 2010.

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      • Making the Cosmos Local 1.27.15


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        This series brings together UC Santa Cruz scholars with community members to explore questions that matter to all of us. We invite you to join us on January 27, 2015 for the series launch at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center. Featuring: Minghui Hu (History) and Anthony Aguirre (Physics) Facilitated by: Nathaniel Deutsch (IHR Director) For millennia, people across the globe have searched the sky for answers. They have imagined and reimagined the cosmos, from an infinite and eternal backdrop full of other worlds, to a young Earth encircled by nearby planets and crystal spheres of stars. What is the relation between our lives here on Earth and the wider realm of nearby planets, distant stars, unfathomably faraway galaxies, and a potentially infinite universe—or swarm of universes? Where do we find, or create, meaning in such a pict

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        • Primal


          from Joe Bourekas / Added

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          Primal-Thriller. Director. Writer. Cinematography/Camera Operator/Lighting Designer. A young man floats through life and existence until the day he is mugged on the way home from school. His primal instincts call to him and he creates a fight club to feel in control and alive. The urge consumes him, his true goal is to confront his mugger and reclaim his power, a quest that isolates him. The shots used in this film were all about egocentrism, a series of tight shots with fast cuts to convey the humdrum of his life before the mugging. Afterwards, the shots tend to hold longer, and time gets a sense of near stillness, matched with near quiet and few lines, unless he is fighting. My favorite shot, my master shot, is the dolly crane shot that exists to show the main characters egocentrism.

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          • Diaspora and Memory — Sikhs and 1984


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            Thirty years ago saw the culmination of increasing social conflict in Punjab, a Sikh-majority state in India. In 1984, the government of India launched a military operation on the Sikhs’ central religious site, aimed at militants, but also ensnaring innocent pilgrims. Later that year, Sikh bodyguards assassinated India’s Prime Minister in retribution, immediately followed by pogroms against Sikhs all over India, and subsequently a decade of violence and repression in Punjab. The perpetrators of state violence have not been brought to justice, and the events of 1984 and after continue to cast a shadow on Sikhs across the globe. Prof. Gurinder Singh Mann, Kundan Kaur Kapany Chair in Sikh Studies at UC Santa Barbara and Prof. Pashaura Singh, Dr. Jasbir Singh Saini Chair in Sikh and Punjabi Studies at UC Riverside, will be panelists sharing their thoughts on, and experiences of these events, as well as the continuing implications for the global Sikh community. The panel and discussion will be moderated by Prof. Nirvikar Singh, Sarbjit Singh Aurora Chair of Sikh and Punjabi Studies at UC Santa Cruz. All students, faculty and community members are invited. Lunch will be provided, and RSVPs are requested by November 25th at 1 pm. Please RSVP by email to Evin Guy, Institute for Humanities Research, ecguy@ucsc.edu. Panel discussion presented by the Sarbjit Singh Aurora Endowed Chair in Sikh and Punjabi Studies at UC Santa Cruz.

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            • Cinematography Demo Reel


              from Joe Bourekas / Added

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              For more information and a synopsis on the various films in this reel, please visit bourekasfilms.com Films shot with DSLRs, except for Stalled, which was shot on a RED. DSLRs: Canon Rebel T3i, and 5DmkII All films produced on student budgets using student/homemade gear.

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              • Infraestructura para vivir la universidad


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                • day 5


                  from Amanda Ross / Added

                  part of my 365 project

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                  • Sound and Image Project


                    from Katie Haggard / Added

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                    A blossoming relationship goes awry. Sound loops credited to soundbible.com

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                    • If He Got The Chance


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                      A doctor takes the law into his own hands after discovering the disturbing secret of his dying patient. Rating: TV-14 Parents Strongly Cautioned

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