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works tagged with physics
Nike 'One' (2006)
Motion Theory's workflow of the Nike 'One' commercials did not just benefit from an applet programmed by one of the team members. This time, the core workflow became a team of four visual programmers risking carpel tunnel to generate a diversity of floating engineering graphics using every trick in...
Modest Mouse Dashboard (2007)
This music video turned out to be a unique family effort, rewarding in
the end. A couple of the island shots feature the pop celeb's face
rendered by our custom after effects plugin, Pixel F. Meanwhile
indoors, Gabriel takes a simple springy spider web I had set up and
activates it artistically usi...
withDRAWal is a series of ten interactive scribble styles commissioned by
Graham Peet of The Public in West Bromwich, England. I programmed and tested the whole thing at Beit T'Shuvah.
Each mode responds to the scribbling input in a different way.
In writing this software using ...
HP Pharrell (2006)
had the great honor of doing (more) algorithmic particle artistry with
Motion Theory to produce this stunning new HP commercial, for their
"The computer is personal again" campaign. Spinning spools of
typographic smoke, shaking the pixels off shoes, and of course, a
swarm of gratuitous abstract coo...
Interactive Buckyballs (2002)
The Zerowave Buckyball projection was an interactive environment that allowed users to interact with squishy balls by using their
shadow gestures. This piece was commissioned by Victoria Vesna and James Gimzewski. The Zerowave Buckyball Projection is legally represented by
and is property of ...
Balldroppings was one night of idle programming that blew up unexpectedly into a web phenomenon.
I learned that simplicity is elegant, and C++ is wonderful for low-latency sound+image.
I also learned about addiction and glucose metabolism rate highs. Although I do not accredit myself
for having ori...
The Dancer (2003)
Photograph taken from the Chanhassen Project by a good friend, Katherine Copeland.
Instructions: click & drag