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Sci-Fi Short Film "Infinitude" presented by DUST
by DUST
5:34 - 20,169 views

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"Infinitude" by Scott Portingale

Infinitude is a meditation on the cosmic evolution of matter and energy over time. Filmmaking techniques such as time-lapse, high-speed, and stop-motion photography were used to photograph handmade props, fluid dynamics, and gravitational light-painting. Infinitude is a handmade representation of the exponential growth of complexity in the cosmos.

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Max Cooper - Order From Chaos (official video by Maxime Causeret)
by Max Cooper
4:19 - 242,996 views

From the new album 'Emergence' out now
Buy 'Emergence' http://MaxCooper.lnk.to/Emergence
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I'm really excited about this video project, after the first live show it was the part that everyone was asking about - It is a beautiful humanised exploration of life and emergence, by Maxime Causeret. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

The idea for this part of the story started on a day when there was really heavy rain hitting the roof window at my old flat. I got out my binaural mics and put my head right up by the window with the big raindrops hitting all around. They made nice individual percussive noises, with great spatial positioning, so I decided to use them to seed a piece of music.

This track is the most explicit representation of the idea of emergence in the album, because the rhythm of the track is created by the raindrops in an emergent manner - I took the audio samples, mapped the transients for the raindrop hits, and then forced the mapped points towards the nearest drumming grid positions. This meant that the random raindrops were pushed into a quantised grid, and the result was that a percussive rhythm emerged, one that I hadn't created myself, but was the closest rhythm to that particular section of rain.

I then played the sansula over this rain rhythm, and added lots of pads and saturation layers, finally with some vocal snippets from Kathrin deBoer to complete the track. Maxime Causeret selected this track to work with, under the brief to map the emergent rhythm to an exploration of emergence in living form.

His video shows the raindrops initially, then going into simple cellular forms and then showing the important idea of cooperation between simple cells to form more robust colonies of life. This develops into a visualisation of the idea of endosymbiosis, where simpler smaller organisms can live inside larger cells, each providing a benefit to the other, and eventually forming parts of the same organism as they evolve to be entirely dependent on each other. The video also shows competition between organisms for resources, which spurs on their evolutionary development, as each species tries to keep up with the innovations of the others. He also visualises the emergent ideas of flocking behaviour, where groups of individuals form beautiful dancing-like patterns.

Maxime also shows us a section of animated reaction-diffusion patterns, where simple chemical feedback mechanisms can yield complex flowing bands of colour - these forms of system were originally thought up by Alan Turing, and were part of the early seeds of the field of systems biology, which seeks to simulate life with computers, in order to better understand the systems producing the complexity we see in the living world. They were also the starting point of my main research area many years ago before I got lost in music! (where I began with the question of what patterns could be produced via reaction-diffusion forms of system as opposed to gene-regulatory network controlled patterning).

So it's a rich visual treat from Maxime on many levels, I can see why so many people were asking about it after the first live show. Lots more amazing video content to come over the next few weeks.

Some words from Maxime about his process (translated from French):

I firstly made a lot of small experiments with dynamic systems around my main idea of living micro organism. It was hard to then put everything together. It was now time to experiment with editing. I also ask for opinions, ideas and tests of few friends, specially Leslie Murard. Then i just have to do the real shots from my experiments.

In terms of tools, I work with Houdini. It's a software which gives you a lot of freedom. You can easily customize tools or build your own tools. It's famous for vfx but you have the same freedom with modelling or animation tools for cheap when you're a freelance.
I always start with few sketches on paper for ideas. I also search for références drawings/photos/painting. In Houdini i try to setup something fast to Cook or at least fast to preview in order to animate the shots in good conditions.

The major challenge was to put everything together. There's nothing very hard but it's never easy to get something who "works" so it needed time to adjust things. This production was made this summer on 4 months but not at full time. I also had few other projects.

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Youtube Thumbnail מעגלים - ג׳יין בורדו / Ma'agalim - Jane Bordeaux
מעגלים - ג׳יין בורדו / Ma'agalim - Jane Bordeaux
by ג׳יין בורדו jane bordeaux
3:32 - 1,015,057 views

מוזמנים לעשות לנו לייק ולהתעדכן בהופעות! https://www.facebook.com/JaneBordeaux.Band/
האינסטגרם שלנו - https://www.instagram.com/jb_band
ללוח ההופעות המלא - http://www.jb-band.com/he/dates

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Jane Bordeaux on Apple music: https://apple.co/2B1UDc0
Jane Bordeaux on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Qla4a3
Jane Bordeaux on Bandcamp: http://bit.do/bandcamp-JB
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קליפ אנימציה זה הוא פרי עבודתם של המוכשרים הבאים:
הפקה: אורי לוטן ויואב שטיבלמן
במאי: אורי לוטן
במאי משנה: יואב שטיבלמן
מעצב ראשי: עובדיה בנישו
עיצוב נוסף: אבנר גלר
אחראי תאורה ושיידינג: יוסי רפאלי
תאורה: אורי לוטן, רוב שוולטר
סטוריבורד: יואב שטיבלמן
טיקסטור:יוסי רפאלי, דור בן דיין
מידול וריגגינג: אורי לוטן, אור פלג, אור עופרי
אנימציה: יואב שטיבלמן, טובי פדרסון, רון פולישוק
אפקטים: פנומנה לבס
קומפוזיטיג: אורי לוטן, איליה מרכוס
קולורינג: איליה מרכוס

מילים - מיטל קדוש
לחן, כלי הקשה ושירה - דורון טלמון
גיטרות - אמיר זאבי
קונטרה בס - מתי גלעד
מפוחית, כלי הקשה, הפקה מוסיקלית, הקלטה ומיקס - תומר ישעיהו
מאסטרינג: אורי וינוקור באולפן הסליק

"לילות הופכים ימים, ימים הופכים שנים
ובתוכם אני הולכת מהר ובמעגלים

רוחות נושבות אלי נושבות בי בעורפי
הכל נראה רחוק מדי, גדול ממידתי

זאת לא אני שמתקדמת, זה רק הזמן שמתרחק
זאת עוד רכבת שחולפת זה עוד חבל מתהדק

זריחות שוקעות מהר, עונות חולפות יותר
ואני אותה אחת בתוך זמן שמתקצר

זאת לא אני שמתקדמת, זה רק הזמן שמתרחק
זאת עוד רכבת שחולפת זה עוד חבל מתהדק 2x

Music - Jane Bordeaux Band
Producers: Uri Lotan & Yoav Shtibelman
Director: Uri Lotan
Co-Director: Yoav Shtibelman
Art Director: Ovadia Benishu
Additional Art: Avner Geller
Lighting and Shading: Yosef Refaeli
Additional Lighting: Uri Lotan, Rob Showalter
Storyboard: Yoav Shtibelman
Modeling and Rigging: Uri Lotan, Ore Peleg, Or Ofri
Texturing:Yosef Refaeli, Dor Ben-Dayan
Animation: Yoav Shtibelman, Toby Pedersen, Ron Polischuk
Effects: Phenomena Labs
Compositing: Uri Lotan, Ilia Marcus
Coloring: Ilia Marcus

lyrics:
nights turn into days, days turn into years
and in that time i'm walking fast in circles

Winds are blowing at me, Blowing down my neck
Everything looks too distant, for my size their too great

Its not me that's moving forward, Its only time that slips away
Its another train that passes by, It's another tightening rope

Sunrises setting fast, As more seasons pass
And me, still the same while time is getting short

Its not me that's moving forward, Its only time that slips away 2X
Its another train that passes by, It's another tightening rope

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יחסי ציבור: מורן פז תקשורת Moran@moranpaz.com
בוקינג: בוקטוק - 03-6887116 efrat@booktook.co.il
ניהול: "יהלום" גלעד אדמוני ושרון ארביב Gilad@yahalomx.com
שיווק והפצה: תקליטי יהלום - הליקון בע"מ
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Central Station
by Henning Marxen
0:41 - 1,924 views

Crossvision is an ongoing photography and video art project truly in the spirit of the Integrated Design course. With my master thesis I approached the art of photography with the view of a product designer and developed a new imaging technique.

University of the Arts Bremen, Germany, 2016

http://www.marxen.design
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