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This is a game project for S10-05833 - Gadgets, Sensors, and Activity Recognition in HCI taught by Scott Hudson at Carnegie Mellon University. I created a simple version of Super Mario Bros using an 8x8 LED matrix (one color), an Arduino Nano, two buttons for the input (forward and jump), and a piezo sensor hooked to a separate Arduino for the theme song.
Scrolling code: Oomlout 8x8 Scrolling Message (oomlout.com/8X8M/8X8M-Guide.pdf)
Level maps: Super Pixel Bros (bit.ly/superpixbros) (transcribed by hand into bytes -- solid areas are 1's and empty areas are 0's)
Sheet music: mariopiano.com/mario-sheet-music-overworld-main-theme.html (transcribed notes are used with piezo code: arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Tone)
‘Peripetics or The installation of an irreversible axis on a dynamic timeline’
Zeitguised made a piece in six acts for the opening exhibition at the Zirkel Gallery. It entails six imaginations of disoriented systems that take a catastrophic turn, including the evolution of educational plant-body-machine models and liquid building materials.
Length: 5000F/ 3min 20s
Sound Design: Zeitguised with Michael Fakesch
March 17, 2010
Director: Radical Friend
Producer: Josh Lind & Jett Steiger
DP: Kevin Phillips
Art Director: Peter Klein
Wardrobe: Diana Contreras & Mindy le Brock
Hair & Makeup: William Lemon III
Choreography: Nina McNeely
Editor: Justin Fong
Visual Effects: Andrew Cook
Sound Design: Michael Baird
Production Co: Dandy Dwarves & Paranoid US
Co-Production: Spy Films
UK Label: Mute Records
US Label: Secretly Canadian
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Agency: MTV Int.
Director: Mischa Rozema
As part of the re-branding of MTV's 6 international specialist music channels, PostPanic were asked to create all the idents (8 in total) for new channel, MTV Rocks. Director Mischa Rozema developed a central theme and wrote a set of scripts based in an imaginary landscape populated with surreal characters and situations. Shot on location in Northern Spain, the footage was then brought back for some CG trickery back here in Amsterdam. Massive Music worked on the audio side of things.
The Deployment ident introduces our rock warriors in full, together with their intricate battle flag deployment.
With high-powered video projectors and their patented video mapping technology, Klip Collective transformed the Art Deco façade of the Edison Hotel in Miami Beach into an eye-catching 3D illusion for the Super Bowl in February 2010. Using light and shadows, the front wall flies away revealing the building’s interior where room-like vignettes transpire. Twitter feeds about fan excitement and Super Bowl predictions appear in word bubbles around the building occupants.
Hired by Anomaly in New York City, Klip shot all content, edited and site-mapped the video projections. Permitting, site selection and custom equipment installation was coordinated and executed by Klip Collective. The site-specific video installation was sponsored by Motorola and the NFL.
March 10, 2010
Producer Cedric Choppin, Delapost Warsaw.
Art Direction & Project Supervision Federico Costa.
Animators: Florent Perrin, Larson Liberlin, Sigmund Payne.
Lighting and Compositing Direction Bruno Lesieur.
Technical Supervisor: Olivier Beierlein.
Compositing Sebastien Mollard.
Renderman TD Mathieu Molina.
Fur TD Ezequiel Mastraso.
Dynamics Julien Taton.
Matte Painting Frederic Tribolet.
Matte Painting and Compositing , Clement Delatre. Rigging Cedric Nicholas.
Modeling, Texturing and Rendering Alissa Soukhanova, Victor Poulain, Yann Bertothy, Alex Saint martin, Mathieu Briola.