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duber Mountfield, Scrub-Cutter A full CG TV commercial we recently finished for a local gardening tools dealer, Mountfield. Read more Mountfield, Gardening Tools We created a series of TV commercials for Mountfield, promoting their top gardening products, with a bit of help of some lovely assistants in bikinis. :) vj labor Elektra, Montreal 2013 (Yatra Arts) from Joel Dittrich on Vimeo. Live audio/visual performance at Elektra festival, Montreal, Canada, 03 may 2013. Curated by Yatra Arts. White Noise/Black Noise is an audio/visual project where I´m experimenting with intermodal aesthetics, creating audio and visuals side by side and performing live with a digital set up, relaying heavily on OSC, MIDI and audio analysis, to control audio and visuals simultaneously. 100% work by me.

Nick Campbell Congratulations to Michael Rinnan for winning the Five Second Project for March. His entry had a great concept and was outfitted with excellent lighting, atmosphere, camera movements and sound design. We wanted to know a little bit more about Michael’s entry, so we asked him a few questions regarding his workflow and the process for creating his winning piece. Where do you work? What is your title? Tell us about what you do at your company.

Expressions - Geometry Circular Functions As we mentioned in the previous section, there's a close relationship between the trigonometric functions and circles—so close that some older textbooks call these functions 'circular functions'. One reason for this relationship is that the set of all right triangles with the same hypotenuse forms a circle, with the hypotenuse defining its radius. As you can see, the perpendicular sides of the right triangles correspond to the X- and Y-coordinates of points on the circle, relative to the circle's center. We therefore can use the trigonometric functions to find the coordinates of points on a circle, in the same way we found the length of an unknown side of a right triangle, above:

AE Portal by Rich Young Here's another summary of the last week or so of news on After Effects-assorted tutorials and tools, animation aids, CC Hair, son of Ken Burns, expressions, and more. Create Your Own Little Fuzzy Friends by Ran Ben Avraham leverages the rarely used CC Hair plug-in, as well as iExpressions by Mamoworld for animation. Harry Frank used CC Hair for some nice looking grass in Making It Look Great 3, while Andrew Kramer had another good take on CC Hair in FREE PROJECT: Fiber Particles. [Update: see also Andrew Kramer's bonus jungle scene that used CC Hair effects to create some overgrown bits of grass on 3D text. Earlier Harry Frank posted Particular Grass, a free AE project file. On another tangent, Mattrunks used CC Hair in Hair Morphing - hairy typography.]

15 Amazing Interactive Installations Feb 21 2010 By Romain Colin Here is something for a slow lousy Sunday: in this inspirational round-up we feature some outstanding interactive installations that explore the art of interaction between environment, users and machines. Extraordinary artworks. Take a look at 15 beautiful examples of interactive installations: experiments, motions, applications and more. Installations / Applications RGTV - Episodes Comments January 17th, 2012 at 1:02 pmDennis Pombo says: I must be doing something wrong... I followed every single step in this tutorial, but I keeps screwing up when I press the Create Scene... The Null for the origin point isn't matching the toe "marker"...And when I press the Solve Camera, my reference frame is always 116, and not 0No clue how to make this work..

50+ Most Amazing Adobe After Effects Tutorials You Need to Learn Adobe After Effects is commonly used for creating visual effects and motion graphics. It allows users to animate, alter, and composite media in 2d and 3d space with various built-in tools and third party plug-ins. This software is really amazing and powerful. It’s even more interesting if you have some tutorials to start learning. In this post, we collected the best Adobe After Effects tutorials and feature it in here. Victoria Nece This FAQ’s a bit out of date. Check out the new KinectToPin website for the latest version of the software and how to use it — it’s dramatically easier now. It’s been pretty incredible seeing KinectToPin generate interest all over the world, but I’ve also had a lot of feedback about how difficult and frustrating it is to get it working.

Particle Playground: Fire  Posted on 02. Nov, 2007 by Jerzy Drozda Jr in After Effects Join me and George in this interesting experiment.

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