A Back to School Extravaganza: The Classroom (3D Camera Flythrough)

A Back to School Extravaganza: The Classroom (3D Camera Flythrough)

Classroom (3D Camera Flythrough) is a 3D computer generated flythrough animation by Israel’s Studio Aiko.  This spectacular 3D classroom rendering is not a video of an actual classroom.  Classroom by Studio Aiko is an example of attention to detail and long hours of getting it right.  You can watch the video over and over just to see where or if they messed up.  Maybe a graphic element will be reversed or an object won’t be quite in line with its physical properties, but you probably won’t find anything.  With our current ability to produce ultra-realistic CGI, at what point will we go so far that we can no longer distinguish our realities?

Although the video itself is impressive, what really steals the show is Studio Aiko’s portfolio of amazing work.  From architectural fly-throughs to animated music videos this group is the whole package.

A Back to School Extravaganza: The Classroom (3D Camera Flythrough)

The Super Hot Movies Surrealistic Promo

Hot Movies Promo is another amazing 3D-CGI animation from Israel’s Studio Aiko, directed by Omry Hanegby.  As with Classroom, Hot Movies Promo is a magnificent, dazzling surrealist vision of augmented reality.

The Super Hot Movies Surrealistic Promo

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Backwards: A Love Story So Backwards It’s Got To Be Told in Reverse!

Backwards: A  Love Story So Backwards It’s Got To Be Told in Reverse!

Backwards is a witty, captivating four-minute 2-D animated short film by the directionally challenged director Aaron Hughes, who accidentally directed this film completely in the wrong direction!  Two lovers meet through a personals ad, and the backwards odyssey of their twisted romance leads viewers to a very surprising ending (or beginning).

Backwards: A Love Story So Backwards It’s Got To Be Told in Reverse

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The Town’s Been Invaded by Mystical, Imaginary Little Creatures!

The Town’s Been Invaded by Mystical, Imaginary Little Creatures!

Animals is a wickedly comical animated short film by Kristofer Ström, created for Minilogue’s music video, Animals.  Minilogue’s music is self-described as Swedish Post-House/Techno, leaving behind the boundaries of those genres, and actually all previous musical genres.  The magical little creature-animals serve as the musical front for the band, or rather as its visual front of imaginary, enchanting creatures.  And a very strange and goofy ensemble of cavorting little creatures they are!

Preparing  for the Performance: Unboxing the Animals

The Town’s Mystical, Imaginary Little Creatures

(Enjoy the Goofy Merrymaking in Full-Screen Mode)

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Lights Out: The Little Robotic Guy Tries to Sleep

Lights Out: The Little Robotic Guy Tries to Sleep

Lights Out is a very wacky one-minute CG animated short created by Irish filmmaker Cormac Kelly.  The film follows the travails of a poor little robotic guy who’s trying to grab some shut-eye, but the factory around him suddenly springs to life.  A serious design flaw in the factory’s ergonomics prevents the poor guy from reaching the off-switch, and the rest is history!  This piece presents the original incarnation of the animation from Dublin’s Piranhabar reception desk, as well as a fantastic re-shoot of the animation that includes stereo sound effects.

The two animated shorts must be watched in HD Full-Screen Mode!

The Original Version of Lights Out from Dublin’s Piranhabar

A Fantastic Reshoot of Lights Out that Includes Sound

(Watch Both Animated Shorts in HD Full-Screen Mode!)

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The Beatles Rock Band: In the End

The Beatles Rock Band: Outro

The Beatles Rock Band was launched on September 9, 2009, and includes full cinematic Intro and Outro videos.  The Outro is the conclusion, containing In The End, which was the last song recorded collectively by all four of The Beatles.  “And in the end, the love you get is equal to the love you give.”

The Beatles Rock Band: Outro

The Beatles Rock Band: Introduction

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A Marvelous, Keen Loony Bin: Townspeople In Hilariously Unfortunate Circumstances

A Marvelous, Keen Loony Bin: Townspeople In Hilariously Unfortunate Circumstances

Marvelous Keen Loony Bin is a 5-min. animated short film, a runaway hit produced by Rhode Island School of Design student, Lizzi Akana.  The film paints a surrealistic town where something is always missing and much is to be desired.  People with no faces, arms, or legs fall into hilariously unfortunate circumstances.  With great comedic timing and well-placed sound effects, this film provides an amusing look at our own often unsatisfactory lives.

A Marvelous, Keen Loony Bin: Townspeople In Hilariously Unfortunate Circumstances

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