skybarns said: Been watching your work on vimeo and I had a question for you. I'm trying to make a Hilbert space multi universe graphic, and I love your Blade Runner animation, how did you assemble 169000 frames together? Thanks.
there are many ways to do it.
I used indesign photoshop iview and combustion
Part 2 of a Diptych.
Ce projet fait partie d’un diptyque commencé avec “ANTS in my scanner > a five years time-lapse!” :vimeo.com/13703448
shot with iphone 3&4
location in Paris 48°48’57.25”N 2°24’49.28”E
1 to 3 shots by month
music : Can’t Stop - Infected Mushroom.
"(no) comment" est un film de 3 minutes où je mets en images un fait d’actualité…
IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn emerges from police custody for the first time since being arrested for allegedly trying to rape a New York hotel maid.
projet perso 2001 : “ville/palimpseste02”
projet perso 2001 : “ville/palimpseste01”
SCANTS (ANTS in my SCANNER). A five-year time-lapse!
Music by Franks : Infected Mushroom
This short film is an exploration of the aesthetic of life and degradation.
Five years ago, I installed an ant colony inside my old scanner that allowed me to scan in high definition this ever evolving microcosm (animal, vegetable and mineral). The resulting clip is a close-up examination of how these tiny beings live in this unique ant farm. I observed how decay and corrosion slowly but surely invaded the internal organs of the scanner. Nature gradually takes hold of this completely synthetic environment.
The ants are still alive : the process will continue…
BLADE RUNNER revisited 3.6 gigapixels
Music and Sound from BLADE RUNNER’s original score by Vangelis
An experimental film in homage to Ridley Scott’s legendary futuristic film “Blade Runner” (1982).
Created by extracting 167,819 frames from ‘Blade Runner’s final cut version, then assembling all these images to obtain one gigantic image of colossal dimensions : a square of approximately 60,000 pixels on one side alone, 3.5 gigapixels. A virtual camera was then placed above this big picture which creates an illusion, because contrary to appearances, there is only one image. It is in fact the relative movement of the virtual camera flying over this massive image that creates the animated film, a kind of “zootrope effect”, like a film in front of a projector.
The whole concept echoes one of the signature scenes from the film where “Deckard” (Harrison Ford) analyzes a photograph via voice recognition software.
“Twenty Show – le film" est le premier “user generated film”, monté à partir de vidéo-blogs fictionnels et réels. Expérience inédite initiée sur Internet, ce documentaire d’un nouveau genre dessine le portrait générationnel de jeunes Français âgés d’une vingtaine d’années