Before today, I had not heard of this new technology. Sounds promising, but I’m not sure how far along in development it is. Time will tell!
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Here’s a project where Star Wars fans have taken it upon themselves to bring back the original Star Wars movie experience from 1977. I admit to being a bit of a purist, but these guys have gone so far as to add back in odd light flashes that most likely …
Found this on metafilter the other day, although it is a trained pet fish, it’s still a pretty good trick! Not to mention he’s running the camera too!
Those who have worked in television will appreciate this, I know I did.
What would happen if you took George Lucas’s classic Star Wars film and split it up into 15 seconds clips, then distributed those clips to hundreds of fans to remake in their own way? Well, you’d get the Star Wars Uncut project on Vimeo’s video sharing site. It’s amazing the …
Bill Guffey is an artist in Kentucy that has painted a series from the 50 states using Google maps Streetview as reference. http://billguffey.blogspot.com/search/label/States
What if someone who had only seen bits and pieces of the Star Wars trilogy was asked to describe the plot? Now you know. Star Wars: Retold (by someone who hasn’t seen it) from Joe Nicolosi on Vimeo.
You don’t have to be a flash programmer to appreciate this fantastic animation. This was done by Alan Becker, a (then) 16 year old and it took him three months to complete. Animator vs. Animation by *alanbecker on deviantART
This guy is making a film on his own, by himself, with no help. He’s writer, director, camera, lighting, costumer, editor, etc. And you get to come along for the ride as he documents his success and failures. http://www.youtube.com/user/thelonefilmmaker
That’s exactly what the Blender Foundation has done. Not only can you see the movie for free, you can download any of the elements that were used in the film. Even the software they used to create it. Big Buck Bunny from Blender Foundation on Vimeo.