L’équipe Blender vient d’annoncer Coffee Run, son prochain court-métrage libre.
Le concept est issu des tests effectués autour du rig de personnage Rain effectués au sein du Blender Animation Studio. Coffee Run va s’inspirer fortement des jeux de type scroller 2D, dans lesquels on se déplace de gauche à droite.
Réalisé par Hjalti Hjalmarsson, le projet nous embarquera dans “le voyage d’une vie” autour d’une tasse de café. Le film devrait sortir d’ici deux mois environ.
L’article Coffee Run : un concept surprenant pour le prochain court-métrage Blender est apparu en premier sur 3DVF.
Three New 30X Optical Zoom Cameras Offer 4K, UHD and HD Resolutions AMSTERDAM, FEBRUARY 4, 2020 – Marshall Electronics, a leading provider of professional cameras, monitors and accessories for professional AV and broadcast production, will showcase three new IP cameras, the CV630-IP PTZ Camera, the CV420-30X-IP Camera and the CV355-30X-IP Camera, at ISE 2020 (Stand ...
TORRANCE, CA, NOVEMBER 5, 2019 ̶ Marshall Electronics, a leading provider of cameras, monitors, and accessories for professional broadcast video and A/V applications, introduces a new line of 8.5 Megapixel IP Cameras with smooth 30x Optical Zoom and triple-stream H.265/H.264/MJPEG capabilities. The CV420-30X-IP model delivers up to UHD (3840x2160p) resolution at 60fps through simultaneous HDMI ...
‘We live in an Ocean of Air’ is a virtual reality experience where the invisible connection between plant and human is revealed through breath. It was created by Marshmallow Laser Feast.
What happens is that the cutting-edge technology illuminates the invisible connections between the human and nature world. What you’ll see when the installation starts, is the giant Sequoia tree. You’re being transported into a world that’ll leave your jaw on the ground and eyes wide open- wanting to capture every detail you’re seeing. And as time passes, the scenery changes as well.
Breathe in and out and you’ll see you’re right in the installation. The color changes and you can even move it around as you breathe out. It’s done with breath and heart sensors that are tracking your real-time breathing and essentially put it in the virtual reality. Making it even more immersive than it already was.
It’s a magical world you’re stepping into and time will feel as none-existant.
The installation will embolden you to reflect on the reality that we, as human beings, aren’t the only thing on this planet. We share our planet with other organisms and it’ll make you cerebrate about the responsibility that we carry. And reflect on our dependence.
It is a great experience and it stays in your mind even when it’s over. Overwhelming and impressive! We need more installations like this.