Iceland, Eyjafjallajökull – May 1st and 2nd, 2010 from Sean Stiegemeier on Vimeo.
Another stunning video shot on the Canon 5D, this time of the active volcano in Iceland.
Sean Stiegemeier was inspired to get out and shoot the event after the saw all the ‘mediocre pictures’ being shown on tv.
Great colour. Great music. Love it.
Music: Jónsi – Kolniður (jonsi.com)
Camera: Canon 5D MkII
Motorized Dolly via MILapse (vimeo.com/milapse)
Every time I see this:
Next.co.uk Summer – 2010
I think of this:
Vodafone How Are You? – 2004
Guilty as charged, an iPad post on the launch weekend. Bear with me – I’ll keep it short. Videos only!
Early days yet but it could be a great device for learning / reading / playing.
Takes a while to initalise the first time, but once the data is in there it’s loads of fun to play with. It’s also got a really nice ‘personal mode’ that hooks up to iPhoto to display pics taken at the time you listened to the music.
LastHistory – Interactive Visualization of Last.fm Listening Histories and Personal Streams from Frederik Seiffert on Vimeo.
It’s free to download and try for yourself: http://www.frederikseiffert.de/lasthistory/
Digging in the Crates from WE AIN’T PLASTIC on Vimeo.
Digging in the Crates is an interactive installation by designer / developer Roland Loesslein which attempts to explore Sampling as a production technology of modern music using modified turntables and information graphics to understand the relationships between the sample and composition.
Created using Flash Actionscript3/Adobe Air as part of his diploma thesis in the Department of Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg.
Really nice work. And I get to post photos of 1210’s. Double Win.
More here: http://www.weaintplastic.com/
This is why teaching music and making it part of growing up is so important.
Amazingly uplifting and some of the kids are really going for it!!
Filmed in a two story warehouse, in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA. The “machine” was designed and built by the band, along with members of Synn Labs over the course of several months.
This is the Rube Goldberg machine version. In other words, a video depicting complex devices that perform simple tasks in indirect, convoluted ways.
Currently at 679 views. Expect a jump soon.