A few months back Simon at Tribe came to me with a cool brief. It was basically to produce two lines that flow around in a 3D space. It would be used as the background on a holding page for the company Parallel Pictures.
Simon did the design and Ben sorted the code.
The site has recently gone live! Below is a screen grab of the finished holding page. Here’s a link to the site (It may have changed).
More on how this was done after the break…
To keep the recent trip in peoples minds I’m releasing little clips from the forth coming DVD me and Alex are producing. Here’s the first. Rupert shredding through the mega power on the last day. I’ve colour corrected and slowed the footage by 50%.
I’ve just finished processing some more photos from the trip. I’m particularly pleased with how this stereographic projection came out. I also uploaded the Equirectangular image to 360cities so you can pan round it if you like :). Check out some of the other angles on Flickr. Continue Reading
Last week I was up in the French Alp ski resort Val Thorens with 220 Nottingham Trent Students! It was my job to document the entire trip with photos and video. My contraption I built the previous week came in very handy! It was great being able to pass the camera around and allow people to get personal views of them skiing. Over all I got around 67Gb of data!
This week has been super hectic at Tribe! I have a lot of different projects running simultaneously at the moment. One project that needed to be done before I left for the the Alps was a 3D visualisation concept for a exhibition stand.
GoPro HD HERO Camera: Snowboarding with the Pole Cam Mount from GoPro on Vimeo.
With my recent Purchase of the GoPro HD Hero I’ve been playing around with new filming techniques. One of the most
Last couple of weeks I’ve been rinsing the online stores and my bank account. I decided this year I would finally buy my own snowboard kit as renting it was starting to add up and didn’t really seem worth it. My friend Joe goes to Imperial College in London and is head of the snow committee.
Note: This is only an initial mock up..
I was briefed in on new project to create some Christmas trees that look like they are pealing out the page for an e-card.
The guys at Waste Studio Hosted another one of their live screen printing shows at the weekend. This time held at the Contemporary Art Gallery. I had the job of documenting the evening with some photos and a short video. Check out the Photos on Flickr and the vid below…
Waste Studio Presents Floodit 06 from Rob Antill on Vimeo.
Over all I had a really enjoyable evening. Was good to meet some cool new people and be involved with such a creative group.
For more info on the night head to the Floodit website.
Last Thursday me and Kate from headed over to Kelham to check out the signage installation that Tribe had designed for the Kelham House rebrand. My job was to get some snaps. I’ve gotta say the sign looks pretty pro.