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Responsive “Hexi” Wall Installation

February 26th, 2014

Just let me point out that this is real. It’s not CGI or some type of video tomfoolery. These 60 hexagonal modules are responding to the person’s movements. They’re created by Canada based designer, Thibault Sld. The piece uses a depth camera to interpret nearby motion data to the modules that have a mechanical servos embedded into them. It’s extremely impressive.

After the break is a GIF of how the mechanics behind the piece work.

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JOBS Movie Trailer

August 6th, 2013

This will be an amazing movie. I’m convinced of that. Mainly because the subject is one that revolutionized computers and mobile devices as we once knew it.

Note: Imagine if it were named “Phazer Beam Computers.”

Update: Second Trailer. In theaters on August 16th.

A Time Lapsed 16-Bit Photoshop Conversion

March 26th, 2013

Designer, TJ Townsend gives us a look at how he turns a 16-bit screen shot of the video game Super Metroid and turns it into a work of at. The process is quite amazing. He takes pieces from frogs, motorcycles, an actual brain, and more to make this piece look ultra realistic. I really tip my hat to this fellow.

He seems to have a lot of these in his YouTube Channel. Make sure you check his work out. After the break is one of my favorites where he takes Sabrewulf’s Stage from Killer Instinct and converts it.

Note: He is using Adobe Photoshop CS3. It’s not the tools you use, it’s all in how you use them.

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