Studio Bomba Video Interview w/ Pilerats

Studio Bomba is a lot of things – a design studio, shop, coffee bar, collective… the list goes on. Located on Oxford Street in Perth, and run by Leah Dent and Angela Mitchell, the space trades in “good goods and fine services”, along with hosting workshops and much more. And instead of us explaining all these things via the typed word, please enjoy a brief chat with Dent and Mitchell about the space and all that it offers. There’s so many rad creative people and spaces around Australia that deserve to be heard, and we can’t wait to find them and hear what they have to say.

TV Channel Bumpers

New original and captivating bumpers, evolving around the notion of surprise. Each bumper depicts a vibrant and extremely precise detailed 3D animation of a mechanical world and the variations of themes seem to be nearly endless.

Geurilla Urban lost and found network

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#LostFound is a community driven lost and found system that utilizes 3D printing and social media to connect people with misplaced items.

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Animation Showreel by Karol Kolodzinski

Animation director and compositing artist Karol Kolodzinski presents his work from recent years.

OMOTE – Real Time Face Tracking / Projection Mapping by Nobumichi Asai

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A team led by Nobumichi Asai demonstrates real-time face tracking and projection mapping. Can you image the entertainment potential for this kind of technology?

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J’adore Paris – Hyper Fast Timelapse Portrait of Paris

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Filmmaker Paul Richardson went to Paris to capture the city’s grandest sights, the old and new, in riveting timelapse fashion, perhaps calling attention to the contrast between classic Paris and the sleek, newer business district.

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“Streets – New York City” – Tim Sessler Captures The Beauty Of NYC In The Summer

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Brooklyn-based documentary film-maker and cinematographer Tim Sessler’s latest film captures the gorgeous beauty of New York City in the summer. The mesmerizing slow-motion video glides through Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, showcasing picturesque moments like Manhattanhenge, skateboarders performing under the Brooklyn Bridge, and water balloon fights in the park.

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The Call

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If you want to sur­vive you have to work, it’s as sim­ple as that. Not everybody’s work­ing in the same busi­ness though. There is a whole indus­try nobody wants to talk about, an indus­try that kills for a liv­ing. No names, no faces, just a sim­ple call and an adress. This night we are fol­low­ing a name­less Killer through his bloody work rou­tine, but tonight some­thing unfore­seen happens.

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Submerse – Approaching Ends

Artist: Submerse
Label: Project: Mooncircle

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The opening show of “New Media Night 2014″ festival in Nikola-Lenivets

At midnight from the 5th to the 6th of July 2014 Radugadesign opened “New Media Night” festival in Nikola-Lenivets with video mapping show. The “Universe Mind” architectural piece by Nikolay Polissky, the most sophisticated structure for video mapping, was chosen as the object for the installation. “Murcof” electronic music served as the inspiration for the show.

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Analog mapping backstage

This autumn from 10th to 14th of October the Moscow International Festival “Circle of Light” will be held. While we are preparing to it let’s recall how we created competitive work for the Moscow Light festival last year.

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“What we’ve learned from this Worldcup” by Reto Huettenmoser

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After an intensiv Worldcup 2014, there needed to be a good roundup. Zurich/Switzerland-based Artist Reto Huettenmoser did a great one.

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Marquese Scott & Poppin John – Let Go // Dubstep

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Turf-Dancer Marquese Scott has teamed up once again with Poppin John to really blow minds with this incredible dubstep dance video. I would like to see x-rays of both these dudes to make sure they aren’t actually robots sent by an alien race to brainwash us through youtube.

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The Apollo 11 Moon Landing – Recut to Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: Space Odyssey

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Back in 1968 director Stanley Kubrick along with co-creator Arthur C. Clarke were making what would later become the greatest science fiction film of all time, 2001: A Space Odyssey. The story revolves around space travel and man’s place in the universe.

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Top-5 Auto by Radugadesign

Making Top 5 Auto Award. Expert automotive business national award.

Producer: Ivan Nefedkin;
Designers: Alexander Abramov, Artemy Perevertin

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