Category Archives: Video
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Want to see that GoPro spherical rig in action? Fire up Google Chrome (use AWSD keys or your mouse to move the viewport) or the YouTube mobile app and check out this 360-degree music video for English rock band Foals directed by …
It's Bay-ghazi as director Michael Bay's new one takes on the true story of the September 11, 2012, attacks on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. The DP is Dion Beebe, ASC, ACS, an Oscar-winnner for Memoirs of a Geisha.
Enigmatic iconography is both form and content in this (very) short film from StudioDaily favorite Eoin Duffy.
Watch this breakdown of VFX work from The Flash episode "Grodd Lives," which earned VFX Supervisor Armen Kevorkian and the team at Encore VFX an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Special Visual Effects this year.
Here's an oldie but a goodie: Patrick Jean's short film "Pixels," shot on location in NYC, inspired the Adam Sandler movie of the same title opening today. (Jean has an executive producer credit on the feature.)
Is this 2,000-pound machine the most eccentric large-screen display device ever built? It's custom-designed to display Instagram photos using only different-colored spools of thread (well, that and a ton of computing power behind the scenes).
See what else Disney and Pixar have been up to lately in the new official trailer for The Good Dinosaur.
Give Jason Bowdach of L.A. color-correction and finishing studio Cinetic Studios 10 minutes and he'll show you how to lend a scene a dreamy glow using tools in Boris Continuum Complete for DaVinci Resolve.
Go back to school with Mark Schubin and his 15-minute presentation covering the first fax machine, invented in 1843; the first push for "high-definition television," in 1935; the implications of a new camera that runs at up to 4.4 trillion fps …
Byron Gatt, aka Super Epic Cats, makes awesome videos starring his cats, Leonard and Avery. Happy Friday!