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Of recreating the Past over the Present
Of Multi-Touch DJ’s Rocking it out
As a product designer, I just get damn excited when I see things like this. Multi-touch is most definitely proving itself as the input of the future.
Photographer Sergey Larenkov with the help of MIT uses computational rephotography (as shown below and explained here by Wired) to map old school WWII-era photographs and overlay them on top of modern ones from the correct perspective. The results are pretty wicked but one must really see them large - view Larenkov’s gallery.
Of insane audio effects in film:
This reel takes a dive into the sound editing for the film (that I just cant seem to stop thinking, talking and er, googling about); Inception.
In particular, it has some extensive footage of what I feel was cinematographically a mind blowing scene where the entire dream collapses around Cobb. The sound behind this scene is essential to the effect, and its great to see how this is all created.
Perhaps my favourite film so far, Inception ticked off all creative of the boxes for an original, gripping, mind sodding and emotional ride. If there is one film to see this year, see Inception.