Title animation created for this video produced by Dimension2.
Recent edit created for the Samsung Mobile campaign OverToYou. They have given a number of people their new handsets to put to the test.
I was given the Galaxy S4 Zoom, a 16 mega pixel sensor with 10x optical zoom. It’s funny looking ‘phone’ but the results speak for themselves. Overall very nice.
Music: Tasty Morsels
Click below to read more about the project and see a bunch of photos taken with the device.
Here’s a quick process video showing how I put together this image. A friend work’s at a electronics factory here in Nelson, BC, Canada. They had collected a bag of parts that the machines miss-place. Usually these will just get chucked out or recycled. I tipped them out on the table and was fascinated by all the tiny bits (some the size of a grane of sand). It was new to see these separate components before they are soldered to a board.
Music: Flotsam – Tasty Morsels - (free track download)
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Here it is. My first video using the new DJI Phantom. It was a serious challenge trying to snowboard whilst controlling this. As a first attempt goes, its okay, Lots of room for improvement though. Since this was filmed I’ve made some adjustments to the props and built a shock absorber mount. Future footage should be smoother with a bit of luck. Enjoy
Glad to finally get this project out! It’s been in development that past 5ish months and we’ve had to keep it strictly under wraps.
Check out www.sonymusictimeline.com for all the details.
Click below to see some behind-the-scenes snaps.
This summer I finally made it to Outlook festival in Croatia. This post is a collection of photos and video I took while out there. There wont be much chat, as it’s hard for me to explain in words what it was like. What I can say is, it was one of the most enjoyable weeks of my life..
Click below and hopefully my photos and videos can do it some justice..
Went on search the other day to see if there was an alternative to 3Ds max’s physics system, Reactor. I soon came across Physx from Nvidia. Its currently still in public beta which means you can download it for free once you sign up to the nvida developer zone (You can also Google the links).