THE PALACE – Stop Motion Short Film from John Eyre & Robin Heap on Vimeo.
The world is crumbling. Trapped and alone, high up in a dilapidated office building, a small boy must escape by any means if he is to survive. ‘The Palace’ is a film about loss, fear, survival and hope in a dark and foreboding world. Co Written, Directed and Animation by John Eyre & Robin heap
THAW from Tangible Media Group on Vimeo.
THAW is a novel interaction system that allows a collocated large display and small handheld devices to seamlessly work together. The smartphone acts both as a physical interface and as an additional graphics layer for near-surface interaction on a computer screen. Created by Tangible Media Group
Butter Fingers from J-Scott on Vimeo.
“Butter Fingers” explores some of the more unique items you might not want to let slip through your fingers. Created by Jordan Scott
CARNEVALE from Era Ora Ivana Gloria on Vimeo.
Based on a true story. CARNEVALE is the garden party love affair of a pug dog. Created by Era Ora & Ivana Gloria
Childhood Classics from Chris O'Hara on Vimeo.
An animated tribute to iconic childhood cartoons by Chris O’Hara
MEET MEAT from GOBELINS pro on Vimeo.
A stunning little animation by Juliaon ROELS, Christine SHIN, Eve GUASTELLA,
mela from ezra wube on Vimeo.
Stop motion animation using paper clips! Created by ezra wube
Won’t Be Worried Long from Chris Cornwell on Vimeo.
A future folktale from the other shore… from Chris Cornwell
Bodies and Beats (Exquisite Motion Corpse) Video Installation Demo from Martin Thoburn on Vimeo.
Bodies and Beats (formally Exquisite Motion Corpse) is an Interactive Video Installation based an old surrealist parlor game. The user combines body parts set to rhythmic timing that stack together to create unique beats and stories. Created by Martin Thoburn
After (NFTS) from Mew Lab on Vimeo.
After is a documentary animation that traces the emotional journey of three people as they journey from isolation and despair to discover a newfound hope in their lives. Directed and Animated by Kim Noce.
Sharing Faces from Kyle McDonald on Vimeo.
An interesting installation by Kyle McDonald that shares photos between Anyang, Korea and Yamaguchi, Japan. Visiting the installation at either location would match your expression and pose in real time with these photos of someone else who once stood in front of the installation.
Crackhouse from Martinus Klemet on Vimeo.
They say cats have nine lives. Idea and execution: Martinus Klemet