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Amon Tobin Previews ISAM 2.0
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Amon Tobin Previews ISAM 2.0

Amon Tobin returns with his mind-blowing projection-mapped performance sculpture, this time twice as big and with brand new visualizations. Check out the original ISAM live spectacle here: http://youtu.be/kYYuItogriE Read more here: http://www.thecreatorsproject.com/creators/amon-tobin The Creators Project is a partnership between Intel and VICE: http://thecreatorsproject.com/ Subscribe to The Creators Project: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_to_TheCreatorsProject Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheCreatorsProject/videos Like The Creators Project on Facebook: http://fb.com/thecreatorsproject Follow The Creators Project on Twitter: http://twitter.com/creatorsproject Read our Tumblr: http://thecreatorsproject.tumblr.com/ ISAM Production Credits: Alex Lazarus: Creative Director Heather Shaw: Concept Creative & Set Designer / Vita Motus Design V Squared Labs: Director: Vello Virkhaus Producer: Anastasia King Jaress Lead Programmer / VJ: Peter Sistrom Animators: Emilio Sa, Carlo Sa, Dave Foss, Bryant Place Leviathan: "Journeyman," "Wooden Toy," "Kitty Cat," "Piece of Paper" and "Go to 10" Executive Producer: Chad Hutson Executive Creative Director: Jason White Chief Technical Officer: Matt Daly Creative Director: Sam Gierasimczuk for "Piece of Paper" and "Go to 10" Creative Director: Bradon Webb for "Journeyman," "Wooden Toy" and "Kitty Cat" Producer: Brandy Olsen Programmer: Adam Berg Compositing: Tim Sepulveda, Erik Jensen, Chris Beers, 3D Animation: Jody Evenson, Katrina Nelken, David Brodeur, Blake Cartwright, David Brodeur, Dan Tiffany, Jimi Filipovski, Dave Pasciuto Design Development: Derek Weglarz, Gareth Fewel, Aaron Edwards Assistant Producer: Krissy Estrada Editor on "Go to 10": Daniel Ryan
Crazy parkour athletes invade airplane boneyard in VR
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Crazy parkour athletes invade airplane boneyard in VR

Also this week, make waves with two sisters who are champion barefoot water skiers and travel to Thailand for an up-close encounter with rescued Asian elephants: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQgbqky0lK5GchDAgout0cYf3vlacMfwN Flip out and take over an airplane graveyard with a crew of talented Parkour athletes. No boarding pass required! Numerous retired aircraft, in various stages of decay, sit idle in a high desert site around 100 miles outside of Los Angeles. In the stillness of this airplane boneyard, some find an action-packed playground. The shapes and structures of the dismantled planes scattered throughout the area are a perfect setting for talented parkour practitioners. Experience what it’s like to go freerunning through gnarly airplane carcasses with a skilled troupe of athletes from Tempest Academy in the video. Parkour and freerunning are often used interchangeably. Parkour is about moving your body efficiently from one location to another. This can mean running, climbing, jumping, and swinging to get around obstacles. Freerunning is when the route is more about creative expression than optimization. Freerunners take pride in having fun and enjoying themselves. It’s no surprise that many people are drawn to the sport because it represents a return to the childhood mindset of testing one's limits and abilities without judgment from others. Indeed, the state of play and individuality are celebrated in the community. Even though the moves of elite parkour athletes appear spontaneous, there’s a lot of work that goes into complex tricks behind the scenes to ensure they are executed safely. No matter the level of the athlete, training in a progressive manner is encouraged. Starting small and working slowly towards the goal means patience and self-awareness go a long way in parkour. Sometimes, going through this learning process can be more rewarding than landing a new move. Professional freerunner Cory DeMeyers says the sport has given him a new perspective. He now sees obstacles – both physical and the ones he encounters in his daily life – as opportunities. “Parkour can be that thing that you use to put yourself in an uncomfortable situation that shows you who you really are and who you really can become,” DeMeyers says. The barriers to entry into the sport couldn’t get much lower. All you need is a comfortable pair of clothes and a good attitude to begin. The next step is to start moving, almost anywhere, and build upon that throughout different environments. “Parkour is not about competition, it’s about mastering yourself and your movement and your mind,” DeMeyers said. Take your first step and leap off an airplane wing with Team Tempest in the video above. Special Thanks Tempest Freerunning: https://www.tempestfreerunning.com/ SilVR Thread: https://www.silvrthread.com/ Spherica: http://www.spherica.com/ Connect on Instagram: @Tempestfreerunning @GabrielNunez1 @CoryDemeyers @joshyadon @zyrken @sydneyolson1 @frostifresh From the USA TODAY NETWORK and YouTube, it’s VRtually There, bringing you cool VR experiences each week. Take a breath. Take it in. And don’t forget to look around! Subscribe NOW to VRtually There and never miss an episode! DOWNLOAD our apps: http://www.usatoday.com/mobile-apps/
Reeps One: Does Not Exist – VR Beatbox with 3D sound
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Reeps One: Does Not Exist – VR Beatbox with 3D sound

Beatbox phenomenon Reeps One in experimental VR music video. Immersive 360° experience with 3D sound. This is Reeps One coming at you from every angle. [WATCH ON COMPATIBLE ANDROID DEVICE WITH HEADPHONES FOR SPATIAL AUDIO, & ALWAYS IN 4K!] Does Not Exist drops you into the center of Reeps One’s first virtual reality Beatbox performance - exploring the latest technology for VR and head-tracked 3D spatial audio. Working in 360 from the ground up, the track was composed to fully utilise the 360 sonic and visual space, creating a totally new style of music video. The piece was composed, recorded and shot in just one week. To experience Does Not Exist in 360 with spatial audio, view on the YouTube App on a compatible Android device (https://goo.gl/nyL9Yg). Headphones are required to experience 3D spatial audio. An original concept by Aurelia Soundworks, created in Los Angeles by The Mill and Aurelia Soundworks. -- REEPS ONE http://www.reepsone.co.uk http://www.instagram.com/reepsone http://www.facebook.com/reepsone http://www.twitter.com/reeps1 THE MILL http://www.themill.com http://www.facebook.com/MillChannel http://twitter.com/millchannel http://instagram.com/millchannel http://www.youtube.com/user/millchannel AURELIA SOUNDWORKS http://aureliasoundworks.com http://www.facebook.com/aureliasoundworks/ http://twitter.com/Aurelia3DSound http://instagram.com/aureliasoundworks -- Credits Artist: Reeps One Original Music Composed & Produced by Reeps One & John Hendicott Directed by Gawain Liddiard & John Hendicott Produced by The Mill & Aurelia Soundworks VFX Supervisor Gawain Liddiard Producer Ginny Galloway Sound Design & Spatial Audio Mix John Hendicott Spatial Audio Technologist Chris Timpson Director of Photography Edward T. Button VFX Producer Daniel Midgley Technical Innovations Manager Tawfeeq Martin Aurelia Soundworks Co-Producers: Chris Timpson, Irene Tsouprake Holombo; Supervising Producer: Edward T. Button; Associate Producer: Sharon “Rocky” Roggio; Production Manager: Annie Klein; Production Designer: Sharon “Rocky” Roggio; Talent Creative Consultant: Anastasia Niedinger; Construction: Taylor Martin, Jena Serbu; Key Grip: Paul Smith; Swing: Mark Dahl; Stills/BTS: Nick Holombo; Craft/Catering: Claudia Black; Location Management: Ginny Galloway; Location Scout: Hope Leigh Rollins; Production Assistant: James Swindells. The Mill Creative Director: Gawain Liddiard, Lead Artist: Patrick Heinen; 2D Artists: Brett Lopinsky, Peter Sidoriak, Kelsey Napier, Daniel Lang; Technical Director: Tawfeeq Martin; Art Department: Greg Park; Producer: Daniel Midgley; Production Coordinator: Sardor Kaziyev; Colourist: Gregory Reese; Executive Producer, Colour: Thatcher Peterson: Colour Producer: Diane Valera Special Thanks: Partners YouTube Fraunhofer Blue Ripple Sound Shure Genelec Audio Ease Roland GetInvolved Ltd
We Live in an Ocean of Air
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We Live in an Ocean of Air

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER- VIRGINIA GALLOWAY SAATCHI GALLERY, LONDON. This is s very short blip from our rehearsal space - a speaky peak at 'We Live in an Ocean of Air' our most ambitious immersive experience to date. Its been 2 years in the making and 4 years circulating amongst all our amazing collaborators and friends. We are launching at the saatchi gallery london, from the 7th Dec to the 20th Jan. Tickets are available at https://oceanofair.com Concept: Marshmallow Laser Feast Directed by: Ersin Han Ersin, Barnaby Steel, Robin McNicholas In collaboration with Natan Sinigaglia and Mileece I’Anson Executive Producer: New Balloon Executive Producer: Eleanor (Nell) Whitley Executive Producer: Josh Ponte & Virginia Galloway Senior Producer: Mike Jones Technical Director: Louis Mustill Producer: Anna Firbank Concept Advisor: Sam Smit Botany Advisor - Dr Jo Elworthy, Director of Interpretation, Eden Project Advisor on respiratory physiology: Professor Michael Depledge CBE FRCP, Chief Scientific Officer, Eden Project Visual direction, system design and graphics programming : Natan Sinigaglia Sound design, soundscape, plant bio-data capture and composition: Mileece I’Anson System design and graphics programming : checksum5 and vvvv: Elias Holzer, joreg, Sebastian Gregor, Tebjan Halm Graphics Programming: Kyle McLean VVVV Developer: Will Young VVVV Developer: Randall Vazquez Fluid Simulation Design: Johannes Timpernagel Technical artist: Adam Heslop Electronics Engineer: Sean Malikides Product Designer: Tom Forsyth Chief Tinkerer: Arron Smith Multisensory Design and Olfactive system: The Feelies Creative Director: Grace Boyle Perfumer: Andreas Wilhelm Scent deployment unit product design: Martyn Carter Scent deployment unit technical design: Karl Wustrau VoodooVR - Engineered immersive experiences: Alec Lane & Jan Breens Onsite Operations Manager: Thomas Robson Technician: Adi Wiedersheim Sendagorta Technician: Thomas Begley R&D Point Cloud Scans: Egmontas Geras Environment VFX Producer: Toby Matthews Environment VFX Coordinator: Rachael Gordon Environment VFX Supervisor: Jonathan Hancock Environment 3D Digital Artist: Sam Hunt Environment Junior 3D Generalist: Dwayne Green Environment Head of 3D: Sandy Heslop Additional assets: Megascan, Quixels Additional Houdini Asset Preparation: Lewis Saunders Promo VFX Animation, look Dev: Erik ferguson Promo VFX technical director: Ole Geir Eidsheim Promo Modelling: Mads Ringdal and Erik Ferguson Promo Sound Design: James Bulley Set Design & Fabrication: MDM Props Costumier: Graham Burn Sponsorship Lead: Matt Glover Brand Consultancy: Pollitt & Partners Pollitt & Partners Digital Director: Perry Mason Pollitt & Partners Account Director: Libby Smart Pollitt & Partners Copywriter: Shona Williams Pollitt & Partners UX/UI Designer: David Williams Pollitt & Partners Frontend Developer: Dan Court Pollitt & Partners Motion Designer: Jack Rogers Pollitt & Partners Motion Designer: Connor McCracken Studio Manager: Alexa Romanoff Finance Controller: Ana Salustiano Production Assistant: Nicole O’Flynn Thanks to our Partners: New Balloon, Ryot, Haglöfs, Hewlett Packard, Quixel, Lexhag, The Feelies, VVVV, Pollitt & Partners, A+E, Eden Project
100pct BTS Partners
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HP Omen | Gamewaves
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Rain Forest Hero Plants Over 30,000 Trees to Save the Amazon | Short Film Showcase
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Rain Forest Hero Plants Over 30,000 Trees to Save the Amazon | Short Film Showcase

This short from Dan Childs and Nick Werber beautifully captures the way one community is learning to live in balance with their environment. For decades the people in the Manu region of Peru have used slash-and-burn as their primary farming technique. Realizing that there would soon be no forest left if this practice continued, Reynaldo Ochoa began experimenting with different approaches to farming the land. He's now dedicated to reforesting the region and teaching residents more sustainable alternatives to deforestation, like agroforestry and permaculture. Animal East: http://video.nationalgeographic.com/cms/content/www.animaleast.com Check out the Elgin Park book: http://www.animalmediagroup.com/ ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get More Short Film Showcase: http://bit.ly/ShortFilmShowcase About Short Film Showcase: A curated collection of the most captivating documentary shorts from filmmakers around the world. See more from National Geographic's Short Film Showcase at http://documentary.com Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Rain Forest Hero Plants Over 30,000 Trees to Save the Amazon | Short Film Showcase https://youtu.be/tfQTFt1mJfA National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Anastasia King- Producer
Virginia Galloway- Producer
Virginia Galloway- Producer
Virginia Galloway- CoProducer
Virginia Galloway- Design & Site Producer
Anastasia King- Producer
Quinn Meyer- Executive Producer
Virginia Galloway- Creator/Producer
Virginia Galloway- Executive Producer

Original Work: In Development 

Fungi Forest Experience: LBE, Mixed Reality

KIN, More than Human: Apple Vision Pro

8 Part Immersive Series