All posts tagged motion


Modern Landscape at 210fps

From Graeme Taylor:

In all my slow-motion work so far, I’ve used a static camera to capture a high-speed event. But, I wondered, what would happen if the camera was the fast-moving object? For instance, if you use a 210fps camera at 35mph, on playback at 30fps it’ll seem to the observer that they’re moving at walking pace- but everything observed will be operating at 1/7th speed.

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Ataque de Pánico! (Panic Attack!) 2009

Amazing YouTube video from a Uruguayan director. As if the video wasn’t impressive enough, it was evidently made for less than $300.

More on the BBC.

Great List of AE/3DS Max Video Tutorials

For those with some free time  I recommend delving into some tutorials provided by our friends at Smashing Magazine. Be careful thoiugh, linked content may become addictive.


Blow up some stuffed animals here.

Navigation Inspiration

While doing motion research for a project I’m working on, I found some navigation inspiration in Kurtz Media’s reel. Now that may sound silly – since I, and almost every other interactive designer, turn to motion reels for inspiration – but this time was different. I usually look at the art direction/aesthetics in motion reels to inform my designs/aspects of my layout, but today I was specifically looking at transitions/spatial layouts of text elements and their overall motion to inform experimental navigation concepts I’m developing. Its interesting that, when viewed through such a narrow lens, these motion reels that I’ve seen dozens of times before all of a sudden looked different. I guess it’s all about perspective.