1. The Path

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    from Ignacio Osorio / Added

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    The Path is my Grad Project for the Digital Design program at VFS. It was inspired by a picture took from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope of one of the furthest galaxies ever seen, spotted crossing behind the Pandora's Cluster. The aesthetics came from a personal interest about the dimensions of the universe in terms of distance and time and the mechanics applied to it, making the universe a system of perpetual motion. Here is a link to the Case Study of the video: https://vimeo.com/125003711 If you want to know more about the picture, here is the article from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope website: http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/galaxy/2014/39/full/ Music by: Rameses B Memoirs (Cinematic Version FREE) https://soundcloud.com/ramesesb/rameses-b-memoirs-cinematic

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    • Tambourine

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      from Allen Laseter / Added

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      This is my senior thesis project for Watkins Film School that I wrote, shot and directed. It's a music video for Dave Armstrong's single, "Tambourine," off of his album "Your Voice; A Violin. Your Tongue; A Tambourine" which you can listen to here: http://davidarmstrongmusic.bandcamp.com/

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      • Superflow - Bachelor Thesis

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        from Ian Clemmer / Added

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        Length: 23:54 / Resolution: 1280x720 / FPS: 24 Superflow, an audio-visual journey into the world of digital harmony, is a 100-page Bachelor Thesis with 12 accompanying computer animations completed in July 2010 by Ian Clemmer . The thesis introduces the discovery of the Superflow algorithm and describes the modified mathematical formula Polarflow. Quantumflow emerges while programming and developing these two concepts into a node-based particle system plugin. Inspired by John and James White to find harmony in visual art, Ian further analyzes the relationship of musical theory applied to the visual arts. SUPERFLOW Superflow is a simple algorithm he discovered in 2009, simply by setting up a parent-child hierachy and moving the pivot points of all objects to one source. Further rotating the objects changes their positions in a unique way, each child rotating twice as fast around as its parent. The initial shape and the rotation angle of all objects then allows an infinite variety of shapes, structures and movements to emerge. QUANTUMFLOW With the help of Martin Stebbing and Oleg Bayborodin, Superflow was then developed into a 3ds Max particle system. Ian’s initial idea was to combine the vast possibilities of Superflow with the shape generating potential of the Superformula (a mathematical formula discovered by Johan Gielis and Bert Berinckx, based on the theorem of pythagoras). Quantumflow was born. POLARFLOW While developing the node based operators (with the 3ds Max Box#3 Extension), Ian modified and further developed the Superformula, essentially creating a new mathematical formula that he calls Polarflow. By using initial shapes generated from the Polarflow formula and combining them with multiple layers of the Superflow algorithm, Quantumflow explores the synergetic result of this newly created visual universe. VIUSIC What music is to sound is viusic to light. Harmony is not just audible, it is visible. Viusic is the music of visual art. THANK YOU Special Thanks to Martin Stebbing, without his help and support, Quantumflow would still only be a dream, to Johan Gielis, for helping me better understand the Superformula, polar and cartesian coordinate systems, and last but not least, to the programming Master Oleg Bayborodin, for helping my ideas of combining Superflow with the Superformula become particle reality. Quantumflow releases the potential I saw in this simple algorithm. Superflow has become much more than I ever dreamed of. More information here: http://www.superflow.co Software Tutorial #001 - Superflow: http://vimeo.com/15486040 Z-Depth, Viusic Piece #12, is the beginning journey into stereoscopic vision, and requires red-cyan glasses to view correctly. Quantumflow 3DS Max Particle System: Developed by Ian Clemmer www.ianclemmer.com Programmed by Oleg Bayborodin (www.orbaz.com) and Ian Clemmer Help & Support by Martin Stebbing www.stebbing3d.com /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Superflow and other Plugins & Scripts for the visual artist available at http://www.v-motion.co/

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        • Simultaneous Capture, Version 2

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          from Iain Brew / Added

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          This is the second Simultaneous capture edited video! Initial Concept and Editing: LCF (Iain) This was born from a project I devised to celebrate Vimeo's 250MB upload limit and also just for fun to see what would happen: Forum: http://www.vimeo.com/forums/topic:934 Final Clip: http://www.vimeo.com/clip:132737 All clips: http://www.vimeo.com/tag:worldinaminute From here I suggested we all capture video, not at one time around the world, but instantaneously around the world. Forum: http://www.vimeo.com/forums/topic:978 DJP also had this revelation from my idea and proposed we do this, to celebrate vimeo's second birthday Forum: http://www.vimeo.com/forums/topic:979 Final Clip: (this page) All clips: http://www.vimeo.com/tag:vimeo2simcap This final project has it's own forum! http://www.vimeo.com/forums/topic:1133 Thank you to everyone who participated from around the world, from Sydney to New York, London to Germany, Brazil to Arizonia - we covered many many places! Apologies to a few people whose clips aren't in the montage - generally certain formats of WMV (ie ASF) wouldn't convert in Final Cut Pro, meaning I couldn't add it to the final montage - they were great clips though which annoys me even more hehe! This clip took 10 - 14 hours to render (clips had to be resized, retimed etc for 4:3 PAL Final Cut Pro sequence) two large storyboards and two hours of trimming and editing to complete. I hope you enjoy the final result! I have to say, watching this clip through makes me feel really good about the world and humanity - with all the wars and mayhem happening right now, to me, this is kind of a beacon of hope - that it doesn't matter where we are in the world or who we are, some of us can all get along and make great things such as this on Vimeo :D

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          • THEORY. Genesis creation narrative

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            from Hidetsugu Murakami / Added

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            THEORY. Genesis creation narrative Hidetsugu Murakami Original animation. Lightwave3D v10 After Effects CS5 ACID pro AMP http://amplifier.co.jp/ Murakami Design Office:http://www.murakamidesign.jp/ http://www.facebook.com/hidetsugu

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            • O by Cris Gris

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              O By Cris Gris Director Of Photography: Sheldon Chau Models: Coquis Valdes & Leo Ki Gaffer: Bonny Chan Music: Murcof Produced By: Cristina Tamez & Carolina Tamez P Magazine. Warm. The Second Book.

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              • Mars Rover Curiosity

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                from Mutant Jukebox - Music & Sound / Added

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                Client: GQ iPad [https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/gq/id428117848?mt=8] Director: Dan Winters [http://danwintersphoto.com] Editor: John Aldrich Sound Design & Music: Shervin Shaeri @ Mutant Jukebox Photography: NASA JPL, Dan Winters, David Robertson, Travis Smith Narrated by: Adam Steltzner, Miguel San Martin, Ann Devereaux, Allen Chen This is a very special project for me, It has been an honour to collaborate with Dan on this amazing project. Mr Dan Winters (http://danwintersphoto.com) is a renowned photojournalist, creating portraits of luminaries such as Barak Obama, Niel Young, Tupak Shakur to name but a very few, the list is incredible. His work documenting the final launches of Discovery, Endeavour and Atlantis is some of the most beautiful images i have ever seen, pre-order on Amazon; http://www.amazon.co.uk/Last-Launch-Discovery-Endeavor-Atlantis/dp/029273963X During composing this piece my father was ill with cancer, he passed away just recently and in my own small way i'd like to dedicate this to the memory of him and the fragility and beauty of life. It has truly been an honour to work with Dan, he allowed me the creative freedom to create as i wanted with little intervention. And of course a big cheers to the Mars Rover Curiosity crew who are inspiring us all with their work. Shervin Shaeri

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                • HELLO BIG BANG

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                  from Laura Sicouri / Added

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                  Directed and animated by Laura Sicouri http://cargocollective.com/laurasicouri Contact: laura.sicouri@free.fr Sound design by Kadavre Exquis http://cargocollective.com/kadavrexquis

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                  • Storms - Colores (Para Lole Pt. 2) Official Video

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                    from Martin Allais / Added

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                    A music video for Storms or a movie about the relative sizes & colors in the universe. Buy online http://stormsmusica.tumblr.com/ https://stormsmusica.bandcamp.com Links http://holamartinandmartin.tumblr.com/ http://www.martinallais.com http://www.twopoints.net Credits Direction Martin & Martin (a duo between Martin Allais & Martin Lorenz) Music Storms Production Live Action/Eva shooting Edu Ruano Eva Puyuelo Production Assistants Stopmotion Hugo Raymond Clay & Stopmotion Animation Martin Allais 3d Animation Gerardo del Hierro Art Department Stones, graphics & Art TwoPoints.Net Lupi Asensio, Ekhiñe Domínguez Martín Irene Salo Martin Allais Liquids Dominique Aizpurua Multicoloured fabric Ball Otti Ramirez Mobile Art: Monsieur Julien Martin Lights Moviemen Thanks to: La plataforma, Todojunto, Twopoints, Ariadna Serrahima, Noé Allais, Nico Casavecchia

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                    • Ruckazoid - Don't let me go (She aint mad at it)

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                      from The Crystal Beach / Added

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                      video: Directed, designed and animated by Alexander Dueckminor www.thecrystalbeach.com song: Produced, written and performed by Ruckazoid www.listencompute.com mp3: http://bit.ly/RUWS4B http://sheaintmad.tumblr.com/ Ruckazoid – Don’t Let Me Go (She ain’t mad at it) is an experimental, surreal journey into alternative graphical realities, planets and species. It depicts the need of lifeforms to make contact, but subliminally points out the fears of providing oneself as a target at the same time. We as humans search for other species in deep space, but what happens if we actually find them? “Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.” ― Arthur C. Clarke Feel free to share/post/embed this video wherever you want. Thanks!

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