Do Robots Dream of Bunnies?

Do Robots Dream of Bunnies?

Do Robots Dream of Bunnies? is an animated short created by Piotr Karwas. Karwas is an award winning director, animator and digital artist with over ten years experience in the film industry. Karwas’ earlier short Masks, which he made while a student at Poland’s Filmakademie, won the Jury Award at Siggraph and the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival in 1999.

Between the craters on the ground and the creatures floating in the air, perhaps the poor little robot just found a new friend. Or maybe not. On the other hand, do robots really dream about bunnies? To tell the truth, I can’t honestly say. None of the robots I’ve ever asked about it expressed any opinion one way or the other on the matter. Or else they were much too embarrassed to talk about it. Oily dreams. Euurugh….

Do Robots Dream of Bunnies?

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A Wee Tiny Los Angeles on a Bright Sunny Day

A Wee Tiny Los Angeles on a Bright Sunny Day

The East Side of Los Angeles on a Sunny Day a is another short film that uses amazing tilt-shift time-lapse photography. Clark Vogeler’s tilt-shift photography narrows the depth of field, making Los Angeles look like a miniature toy city. The “model city” effect combines selective focus, the angle of light, and speed of playback to trick the viewer into thinking they’re looking at footage of a scale model. Elevation is also an important factor. By positioning the camera above the subject, the viewer looks down upon the scene, which dramatically enhances the effect.

A Wee Tiny Los Angeles on a Bright Sunny Day

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