- celebrating the diversity of European cultural heritage and empowering a participative approach of citizens
A ceremony and an exhibition on 6-7 February 2020 at the House of European History in Brussels marked the “formal” conclusion of the WeAre#EuropeForCulture project, financed in the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, which realized a series … Continue reading →
- More than two hundreds films document the life in the divided city from 1961 to 1989
Text by Caterina Sbrana. A few days after the celebrations of the Berlin Wall fall, in the wake of a renewed interest in the events that characterized Europe and the World after the Second World War, I suggest above all … Continue reading →
Topic: computer animation
The 14th VIEW Conference took place in Turin, from the 15th to the 18th October 2013. VIEW is the premier international event in Italy about Computer Graphics, Interactive Techniques, Digital Cinema, 2D/3D Animation, Gaming and VFX.
We had the pleasure to interview Mr. Kris Meeusen of Lab 101, a creative place where games, applications, mobile, and interactive installations come to life. For Citroen’s new marketing campaign, a special 3D puzzle was designed to fit into a holographic projector set in the Paris’ store. Kris talked with us about coding, advertising, anamorphism, and more. Continue reading
The new IBM Zoo animation demonstrates how digital art is becoming more and more relevant across all different sectors, not just for the art and design world. Artists and designers ‘Plenty’, based in Buenos Aires and part of the Jelly London team, were asked to create a new short animation for IBM to advertise business analytics to medium-sized businesses. Continue reading
‘Stories from the Grid’ is a series of short films which explore how researchers from different scientific disciplines are using cutting edge grid computing technology to advance their work. The second episode is dedicated to Domenico Vicinanza, a product manager at DANTE and a professional music composer, that describes how he used a technique called physical modelling to recreate the sound of the epigonion’s 48 strings. Continue reading
The Brighton Digital Festival is a unique contribution to digital festivals worldwide, as it not only puts communities into direct access with digital events for free, but includes debates that raise issues such as the way digital media could be incorporated into education to enhance learning.
In an exciting pilot project, the ROM, in partnership with Gamercamp and the University of Toronto, is opening its doors to game developers for a three-day game jam August 9-11, 2013 to create digital games to animate the exhibits in the museum. The experience continues onward: completed games will get play-tested at the ROM in mid-October and will officially premiere at Gamercamp in November Continue reading
The first animated feature film by renowned Japanese artist of the 90s, Takashi Murakami debuted in L.A’s County Review of Art on Tuesday. “Though a children’s film that mixes live action with CG animated characters, Jellyfish Eyes is deeply personal to Takashi Murakami, and may serve as an introduction to his artwork. The movie tells the story of Masashi, a young boy living in a post-Fukushima world who moves to a mysterious town where children battle remote-controlled pets called “Friends.” Continue reading
Animation duo Alasdair and Jock had their animation piece “Must Be Love” projected on enormous screens at Buckingham Palace during celebrations of the Queen’s diamond jubilee. Continue reading