Some two months ago we wrote about the grotesque, dream-Like video portraits by Donato Sansone. The latest (final) piece, a much longer one, includes new experiments utilising this fantastic technique.
Ghost Are Dancing is a personal project made by Teresuac, mostly using Houdini with 2d motion vector technique combined with lighting in 3D. The resulting video is reminiscent of RGB+D project but with flair of drawings + watercolours by Kynd.
“Portrait” is work in progress on a video installations that shows portraits as “paintings in motion” — grotesque, dream-like, abstract and surreal photographs of real people created using various editing and compositing techniques.
Once we take a step back from our screens and look at exciting new opportunities Leap Motion provides, we may discover and begin to describe new ways of computer-human interaction. Here are our top 10 up-to-date.
Le3, a french design studio, invites you to discover their new production “GOLDEN TIGER”. If their work combines architecture, live and engineering, they offer us a new vision an reflexion of art and its own interaction with the architecture of the city, thanks to an innovative process : the motion street mapping with no post […]
Last year, onedotzero approached Joanie Lemercier of AntiVJ to be part of one of their event, a festival they organised at empac, upstate New York, with a selection of screenings, installations and live performances. The installation, now on show at the China Millennium Monument Museum of Digital Arts onedotzero event, has received fantastic feedback and high acclaim. Just as […]
Inspired by current sampling techniques, either as a piece of hardware or as software, Ishac Bertran takes an analog route emulating the audio tape cut&paste technique by literally cutting and pasting pieces of vinyl to create samples. Ishac tried out different techniques, from wire cutter to knife, to finally settle for laser, carefully considering laser power to […]
‘Dutch Wife’ is a new short film by Jesse Kanda, a visual artist based in London. We have asked him to briefly walk us through his work process which utilizes tools such as Maxon Cinema 4D, Adobe After Effects, and Ableton Live. JK: The whole thing started when I was walking along a canal in […]
Created by Katarzyna Kijek and Przemysław Adamski, “In statu nascendi” captures the “under construction” process, in this case, of global illumination pass in rendering. Where one would normally be interested in the final results, the team finds beauty in these half rendered images and their temporal qualities. To highlight a peculiar inability to reflect reality by the film, we […]
Amongst the wonderful collection of work currently on show at the Royal College of Art, in the corner on the first floor sits an installation/object by Markus Kayser called Solar Sinter. An MA Design Products student project, Solar Sinter is probably one of the most inspiring projects this year, aiming to raise questions about the future of manufacturing and […]
Earlier this year we have been thinking about the concept of “curated workshops”, an opportunity to bring people together to work for a very short period of time and share their creations. These would include setting up a team, inviting few high profile individuals and opening up submissions for participation. When I was approached by Héctor Ayuso […]
Organic Electric by Jason Krugman is a series of works composed of hand soldered LED mesh, folded and shaped into 3-dimensional illuminated forms, animated and touch responsive. It is an exploration into the possibilities of 3-dimensional electro-luminescent LED structures. There are myriad possibilites for LEDs as a physical media, going far beyond their traditional use […]