Thanks to Pandora, I’ve recently discovered Amos Lee. Where have I been? Oh well, better a latecomer than never getting to hear this.
Okay, first hour of 2009 and already the Internets have shown me curious and wonderful things. The videographer called this “Machines That Almost Fall Over” Okay, I like it from an artistic standpoint.. although I’d be hard-pressed to assign any rational meaning to it. I think I would have called it “Machines That Waste 62 Seconds of Your Time” or maybe “Machines That Wobble But They Won’t Fall Down”.
Very cool concept using the iPhone’s built in gyroscope.. the “iHologram” animation apparently updates dynamically depending on the orientation of the phone, giving the illusion of a 3 dimensional holographic image. Enough already, watch the video.. you’ll get it.
These shorts have been produced as part of Volkswagen’s sponsorship of independent cinemas, encouraging people to see films differently… You’ll probably never think of Toy Story the same way again.
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