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Frozen Fountains

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Frozen Fountains
« on: 16 / July / 2009, 05:27:32 »
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Peter Murphy continues to explore the creative possibilities of multiple, synchronised cameras.

In this 'wiggle movie', water fountains are frozen like ice  :

http://www.mediavr.com/fountain.htm

You will need the ShockWave plugin but installation is easy.

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Offline Jucifer

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Re: Frozen Fountains
« Reply #1 on: 16 / July / 2009, 06:15:23 »
You will need the ShockWave plugin but installation is easy.

...or hard (if not even impossible), as there isn't a native Linux plugin.


meh

Re: Frozen Fountains
« Reply #2 on: 16 / July / 2009, 08:12:01 »
...or hard (if not even impossible), as there isn't a native Linux plugin.


Sorry about that, not my choice of viewing method.

I had to install the plugin as well.

I have informed the author of the Linux problem.
« Last Edit: 16 / July / 2009, 10:11:57 by Microfunguy »

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Re: Frozen Fountains
« Reply #3 on: 16 / July / 2009, 08:42:04 »
It would be a better effect if the image was still until the viewer moved it themselves,
but still nice.
If not actually, then potentially.


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Re: Frozen Fountains
« Reply #4 on: 16 / July / 2009, 15:12:12 »
</Grr +1>

I don't get why intelligent people continually insist on using commercial, especially proprietary, file formats. For some they just don't know any better, but I'm guessing in this case he chose MM/Adobe Director .D*Rs because unless you're a technical geek, it's difficult to deconstruct and therefore obfuscates his content. Yet considering only about half of Windows machines and zero* *nix machines can play Shockwave content...

I forgot my point. Oh right. I can't see it either. I'll have to assume it looks as cool as his other wiggles. :)

Was this shot using his nine TX1 setup?

(* without setting up win32 firefox & shockwave to run under wine, that is.)
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Re: Frozen Fountains
« Reply #5 on: 16 / July / 2009, 16:28:51 »
I don't get why intelligent people continually insist on using commercial, especially proprietary, file formats.
I will ask him.

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Was this shot using his nine TX1 setup?

Yes.

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Re: Frozen Fountains
« Reply #6 on: 16 / July / 2009, 22:51:51 »
It would be a better effect if the image was still until the viewer moved it themselves,
but still nice.
Agreed, but is effective.


.......and zero* *nix machines can play Shockwave content...

Just so I know, are Macs not *nix machines - I'm not up with all computer terms.
A720IS.

Re: Frozen Fountains
« Reply #7 on: 17 / July / 2009, 18:59:22 »
so aparently i am very lucky beeing able to see it, it looks very nice, he is getting better every time


Re: Frozen Fountains
« Reply #8 on: 20 / September / 2009, 20:35:41 »
Nice

Re: Frozen Fountains
« Reply #9 on: 05 / October / 2009, 01:58:24 »
Installed the shockwave ok. That kind of makes me dizzy though. Cool shot of the fountains.
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