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The Diatomist

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 3:25pm

THE DIATOMIST is a short documentary about Klaus Kemp, master of the Victorian art of diatom arrangement.

Diatoms are single cell algae that create jewel-like glass shells around themselves. Microscopists of the Victorian era would arrange them into complex patterns, invisible to the naked eye but spectacular when viewed under magnification.The best of these arrangements are stunning technical feats that reveal the hidden grandeur of some of the smallest organisms on Earth. Klaus Kemp has devoted his entire life to understanding and perfecting diatom arrangement and he is now acknowledged as the last great practitioner of this beautiful combination of art and science. THE DIATOMIST showcases his incredible work.

Soundtrack by Ryuichi Sakamoto, Bernard Herrmann and Cults Percussion Ensemble.

MATTHEW KILLIP is an English filmmaker living in New York. His documentaries have been broadcast on UK television and exhibited in festivals including Sundance and True/False.

Cast: Matthew Killip

Tags: Diatoms, Victorian, Nature, Naturalist, Art, Microscope, Microscopy, Documentary, Klaus Kemp, Matthew Killip, Bernard Herrmann, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Cults Percussion Ensmble

Glass Blowing | Jeremy Maxwel Wintrebert (Heart of Glass Documentary preamble)

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 3:21pm

This film is the preamble of the documentary Heart of Glass.
Heart of Glass is a journey. A road trip through several countries on two continents in pursuit of a story.
The story of a young glass blower with a singular talent: Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert.
The film follows him in his daily life--working in the studio and on the road.
Jeremy recounts growing up in Africa, where he drew inspiration for his first pieces. He speaks of his family of Franco-American origin, difficult events he faced, the challenges of returning to Europe. He speaks of his first encounter with glass at age 19. The first time he saw the hot glass moving at the end of a blow pipe was his seminal moment. The way the glass, fluid, delicate and mysterious, danced that day has forever changed him.
The film reveals how passion can undo a tragic fate.

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Directed
by
Jérôme de Gerlache

Images
Jérôme de Gerlache
Pascal Boudet

Music composed
by
Cyesm
"Blowing the wind"
Extract from "Score"
© Good citizen factory 2014

Produced by Marty

© Marty 2014

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Cast: Jérôme de Gerlache

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Christchurch From the Streets Spring 2014.

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 3:16pm

**Starting 21st September. TVONE. Sunday 11.30am***

Gerard Smyth (award-winning Director of When a City Falls) has assembled a team who are uncovering Christchurch’s innovations through the lives of every day people living in extraordinary times.

Four years on from the first earthquakes we ask what could be- for our people, for our city. Building on the success of the first series, the second series of Christchurch: From the Streets, looks to the future. In a rebuild expected to cost 40-50 billion, change is what Christchurch people are collectively learning to embrace.

From the Streets sees Christchurch as the petri dish for the whole land. Innovations occurring in the city will affect all of New Zealand. At the same time the show gives Christchurch locals a voice in their own recovery and an understanding of the astonishing changes forming all around them.

From the back of an ageing Mercedes, presenters Rachel Morton and Lindon Puffin criss-cross the streets of Christchurch. They pick up a tour guide and along the way meet the dreamers, innovators and engineers who are creating the new city.

Cast: Gerard Smyth

Tags: Christchurch, From the Streets, Earthquake, TV ONE, Innovation and Change

Escape the Room! first design

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 12:12pm

Where do we go when we escape? Find out when you read the article: nautil.us/issue/13/symmetry/want-to-get-out-alive-follow-the-ants

Nautilus magazine

Cast: Nautilus

Tags: Nautilus Magazine, Panic, Escape Routes, Panicking Ants and Symmetry Break

Panicking Ants!

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 12:11pm

Where do we go when we escape? Find out when you read the article: nautil.us/issue/13/symmetry/want-to-get-out-alive-follow-the-ants

Nautilus magazine

Cast: Nautilus

Tags: Nautilus Magazine, Panicking Ants, Escape Routes, Deborah Gordon and Ant Lab

Symmetry Breaking

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 12:11pm

Where do we go when we escape? Find out when you read the article: nautil.us/issue/13/symmetry/want-to-get-out-alive-follow-the-ants

Nautilus magazine

Cast: Nautilus

Tags: Nautilus Magazine, Panicking Ants, Symmetry Break and Deborah Gordon

RUSH HOUR

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 5:58am

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Directed by Fernando Livschitz

Cast: Black Sheep Films

Tags: Buenos Aires, rush, hour, rush hour, traffic, car, cars, traffic jam, red and blue

VHS INTRO GRAPHICS!

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 5:51pm

THAW: Hybrid Interactions with Phones on Computer Screens

Mon, 09/15/2014 - 10:33pm

THAW is a novel interaction system that allows a collocated large display and small handheld devices to seamlessly work together. The smartphone acts both as a physical interface and as an additional graphics layer for near-surface interaction on a computer screen. Our system enables accurate position tracking of a smartphone placed on or over any screen by displaying a 2D color pattern that is captured using the smartphone’s back-facing camera. The proposed technique can be implemented on existing devices without the need for additional hardware.

Credits:
Sang-won Leigh (Fluid Interfaces Group)
Philipp Schoessler (Tangible Media Group)
Felix Heibeck (Tangible Media Group)
Pattie Maes (Fluid Interfaces Group)
Hiroshi Ishii (Tangible Media Group)

Cast: Tangible Media Group, Fluid Interfaces, Sang Leigh and Philipp Schoessler

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Jetpack helps soldiers run faster

Mon, 09/15/2014 - 6:50pm

What if every soldier could run a four-minute mile? That's the goal behind 4MM, or 4 Minute Mile, a student project to create a wearable jetpack that enhances speed and agility. Working with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and a faculty mentor, Jason Kerestes is the mastermind behind 4MM. He built a prototype of the jetpack and is now testing and refining his design to be as effective as possible.

The 4MM project is part of an ASU program called iProjects, which brings students and industry together to find innovative solutions to real-world problems. See an overview of this year's iProjects here: researchmatters.asu.edu/videos/students-solve-industry-challenges-through-iprojects

Produced by Alexander D. Chapin. Additional videography by Kirk Davis and Matthew Larsen

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Cast: ASU Research and Alexander D. Chapin

Tags: iProjects, Jason Kerestes, ASU, Arizona State University, OKED, research, Polytechnic Campus, Thomas Sugar, Alexander D. Chapin and Fulton Schools of Engineering

Where Are They Now?

Mon, 09/15/2014 - 1:13pm

A short story looking at the life of cartoon characters facing reality long after their heyday prime.

Animation created in After Effects, Flash, Photoshop and a bit of CrazyTalk pro 7. All voices created by myself.

Music by Kevin MacLeod
"Gymnopedie No. 1" "Local Forecast - Elevator" "Loping Sting" “Mining by Moonlight” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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Cast: Steve Cutts

Tags: Steve Cutts, Where are they now, cartoon, hand drawn, after effects, photoshop and crazytalk

LumiLor Lit Car

Sun, 09/14/2014 - 3:26pm

LumiLor Lit Car

Cast: Darkside Scientific

Tags: LumiLor Lit Car

Again to Return

Sat, 09/13/2014 - 6:14pm

Created from 632 handpicked still frames out of a pool of over 25,000, in order to create a unique portrait of a man trapped in a reanimated world.

Music by INKPLOT
inkplotmusic.com

Directed by Tim Joy

Winner of the dvxuser.com Creative Vision Award.

Cast: Tim Joy

Tags: stop-motion, animation, animated, twixtor, d90, nikon and portrait