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Archive for December, 2010

Foundation Visual Art & Design – Art and Creativity Class

28 Dec

A few nice visual art images I found:

Foundation Visual Art & Design – Art and Creativity Class
visual art
Image by vancouverfilmschool
For two days in March 2010, VFS presented an immersive 2-day educational experience, exclusively for the most creative and driven high school students in North America.

Find out more at vfs.com/standout

Cantor Center for the Visual Arts
visual art
Image by Steve Rhodes
museum.stanford.edu

 
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Posted in Photographs

 

William Klein “Out Of Necessity”

28 Dec

Klein is an artist, photographer, filmmaker who rarely grants interviews. Born in NYC, Klein moved to Paris at a young age and still calls Paris home. He studied with Fernand Leger, worked for Vogue, made a documentary on Muhammad Ali but is most well known for pushing photographic technique to it’s limits.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Photographer Clay Enos goes from shooting super heroes on the set of Watchmen to taking street portraits of random people. He shows us how to do a street-studio portrait session with a sheet of white paper, some tape, and a camera.

 

[MODIFIED] Disk Usage Utility – Export Folder Contents to TXT or HTML for Printing, with ID3 Tag Support

28 Dec

PrintFolders generates TXT or HTML files containing lists of directory contents for later distribution or printing.

For Windows users, while there is a free way to print directory contents, output customizations may take some work. Those who need more flexibility can try out PrintFolders, which generates TXT or HTML files containing the contents of a folder and its subfolders, or of all files on a drive. This file can be printed, shared, or stored with your backups as a file collection catalog. ID3 tags are supported, allowing you to record extra data regarding your MP3 music.

The output file can be configured: choose whether or not to include subfolders and limit the subfolder depth, toggle file extensions, support and display ID3 tags, limit files to those matching a filter, and include description headers for the folders. While the HTML output does not support stylesheets, you can change the background, title background, table border, text, and link colors, and a custom title may be supplied….

Read more at MalekTips.
New Computer and Technology Help and Tips – MalekTips.Com

 
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Posted in Technology

 

Building Services Engineering

28 Dec

An interactive and stereoscopy application created by DK-Exchange (www.dk-exchange.com) within the YHELLN project. Visualisation of the building systems like central heating, electricity system, wall and floor structure.

 
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Posted in 3D Videos

 

Batman New Times

28 Dec

Student made project based on Mini-Mates Featuring the voice talents of: Mark Hamill Adam West Courtney Thorne-Smith
Video Rating: 4 / 5

 

Photoshop: Stroke That Path!

28 Dec

Creating a solid curved line in Photoshop! Sponsored by: www.GDIforMoms.com Music: Kevin MacLeod
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Photoshop beauty retouching tutorial. See more at www.photoshopmama.net. Mama Shan is happy to debut and demo these fabulous digital false eyelashes that are a “must-have” for any glamor retouching shot! (more) (less)
Video Rating: 4 / 5

 

Timelapse Nikon D60 – SofortBild (os x)

28 Dec

Testing some timelapse with Sofortbild tethering my Nikon D60 — I used a polarized filter to make the vivid blue gradient — Picture taken every 2 seconds for 1 hour — Music Finding Beauty – Craig Armstong

 
 

3D Christmas Presents – A Smurf’s Christmas Special

27 Dec

You will need red/blue anaglyph 3D glasses to view this video. Look under the tree everyday for new Christmas presents! Look for holiday themed cartoons, music, videos, and movies everyday in the month of December. Also, don’t forget the 3rd Annual 12 Days of Crappy Christmas Movies, beginning December 10th. Happy holidays and Happy New Year to all my YouTube peeps! Sailor.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Remember, I’ll be making 3D videos from time to time, so it wouldn’t be a bad idea to invest in a decent pair of glasses. When it comes to anaglyph glasses, I give you these tips: * The more expensive, the better. You don’t want to be messing with flimsy, cardboard glasses, especially if you’ll want to use them again and again. I specifically recommend the Pro-Ana 3D glasses (.95). * If you don’t know which colors to get, get red/cyan. Whatever you do, don’t get a color combo that’s not either red/cyan, blue/amber, or green/magenta. Here’s the link to the anaglyph glasses: www.3dstereo.com As far as parallel viewers go, the Loreo Pixi is by far the best I’ve found, especially for computer viewing. Here’s the link to the Pixi: www.3dstereo.com If you already own 3D glasses, check this video to see how well they work: www.youtube.com Remember to leave a comment on THIS VIDEO when you’ve gotten your hands on some 3D glasses!
Video Rating: 5 / 5

 
 

UIS Visual Arts Senior Show 2009

27 Dec

Check out these visual art images:

UIS Visual Arts Senior Show 2009
visual art
Image by jeremy.wilburn

UIS Visual Arts Senior Show 2009
visual art
Image by jeremy.wilburn

UIS Visual Arts Senior Show 2009
visual art
Image by jeremy.wilburn

 
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Posted in Photographs

 

STAR WARS : The Solo Adventures (HD)

27 Dec

The winner of the prize for Best Animated fan film at Star Wars Celebration V and was presented in 3D during the convention. “The Solo Adventures” tells the tale of how Han Solo dropped his cargo at the first sign of an Imperial Cruiser. But of course there is a lot more to the story! This film was a class project by students at the DAVE School of digital Arts and Visual Effects in Orlando Fla. This version of the film is not the same as the one that appears on Atom films.com. This version is the primed and polished HD version that was shown at Star Wars Celebration V (minus the 3D conversion.) Much thanks goes to the folks over at the DAVE School for giving us the opportunity to post this amazing film! Star Wars is Copyright Lucasfilm and all credit for this fan film goes to the students and staff of the DAVE School.

GOA AMBIENT
Video Rating: 4 / 5