It may be hard to believe, but Calvin Frederick created the hypnotic visuals of Bermuda without compositing or VFX. He used a motion-control rig, mirrors, an LCD panel, and a grid of LEDs.
Director Benjamin Bardou used CGI from Grand Theft Auto IV to put together the drifting digital dreamscape that is Do Computers Dream of Electronic Sheep? Watch and let your mind wander.
For the first time ever, you can shoot your very own 35mm movies without professional-grade equipment. Lomo’s latest shoots short, grainy analog flicks with this hand-cranked camera.
Davy and Kristin McGuire’s The Ice Book is a miniature theatre performance that blends animation, puppetry, and film to bring a pop-up book vividly to life in front of a live audience.
Michael arrives in Berlin to visit Gabi, only to discover that a terrible virus is spreading across the city at a rapid pace and turning people into mindless homicidal maniacs, in Rammbock.
Arthur C. Clarke’s classic science fiction novel may have had several false-starts as a studio motion picture, but this fan-made Rama film by Philip Mahoney and Aaron Ross will tide us over for now.
Vision Researchâ€™s high-speed digital camera, the Phantom Flex, features a 4K 2560Ã—1600 CMOS sensor with 12bit color depth. At max resolution the camera can capture up to 1,560 frames/second.
3D TV might be all the buzz this year, but Holga’s 3D camera takes a decidedly analog approach to cranking out dimensional images onto old-school 120 film. Add the 3D slide viewer for best results.
Hereâ€™s your chance to appear in and meet the cast of the next X-Men movie. A non-speaking, walk-on role is being auctioned off, with proceeds going to the Worldwide Orphans Foundation.
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