iPhone Holography

precedia

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The following link is an animation I created entitled "iPhone Holography."

I created it to 1) recognize the achievements of Apple employees, 2) create a slightly different form of iPhone commercial, and 3) practice certain animations techniques.

Please don't take it too seriously.

Enjoy,
Daniel
 
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wjp09

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I like it all except for the lightbulb. I like the Lightbulb idea but It is too clear. I know its not supposed to be perfect but that would make it better. Other than that it was fantastic.
 

chris

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The following link is an animation I created entitled "iPhone Holography."


I created it to 1) recognize the achievements of Apple employees, 2) create a slightly different form of iPhone commercial, and 3) practice certain animations techniques.

Please don't take it too seriously.

Enjoy,
Daniel
Daniel-
Great job. That's pretty amazing. What software do you use to create animations?

-Chris
 
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precedia

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Thank you for the compliments. They are appreciated. I agree that the bulb glass is too thin.

Cheers,
Daniel
 

precedia

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Daniel-
Great job. That's pretty amazing. What software do you use to create animations?
Chris,

I use NewTek's Lightwave 3D 9.0 for modeling, animation, and rendering.
For video and audio post-production I use Apple's Final Cut Studio Pro.

Hardware is an Apple Dual G5 (looking to upgrade to the new Intel-based
Mac Pros shortly) and a MacBook Pro.

Regards,
Daniel
 

bishop

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Not to rain on your parade, but you didn't spell iPhone the way it is meant to be spelled :laugh2: maybe next time you get it right ;)
 

precedia

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Not to rain on your parade, but you didn't spell iPhone the way it is meant to be spelled :laugh2: maybe next time you get it right ;)
Grin. Thanks for noticing.

The style was to have all text on the web pages and
in the animation lowercase. Artistic interpretation?

Possibly an uppercase "P" would have been a nice
discriminating touch. I'll try it in round 2 when I
animate the "Cover Flow" (Apple's video browser
widget that emerges from the phone).

Cheers,
Daniel
 

Nieriel

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grrr; gettin my friggin hopes up! LOL

hey, this miniseries on discovery channel, 2057, talks about holograms! that particular episode was my absolute fave. :-D