Author Archives: mlt324
Here is an animation that I’m very interested in right now; I think this video is interesting because of the shape and size as well as the clear connection to the audio content. The edges of the video are also … Continue reading
Here is my final for ComLab Web. The site is called FirstCall.com and it’s a website where users can sign up, enter in their emergency contact information. They will then be mailed a QR encoded card which should be kept … Continue reading
I’ve been really fascinated with three things that I’m interested in exploring with this assignment. First is the style of animation that uses shot footage painted over, like in Linklater’s film Waking Life where the entire movie was shot on … Continue reading
I’m not happy with this but I can’t seem to figure out how to adjust the timing properly.
I would like to propose the game Ricochet Rangers. In Ricochet Rangers, the earth, having almost depleted its entire supply of fuel has recruited a team of Rangers to search for fuel rich planet resources in the universe. As a … Continue reading
Here is my Animation class’ first assignment – to use After Effects to create a 5 second movie where a shape enters then reveals a trait. The movie is actually 8 sec. long. Enjoy.
For my production proposal, I have decided to push the GameShow Maschine, an interactive variety gameshow. This show uses the best parts of the last two assignments; The audience input model from the first assignment (HiBrow/LoBrow) and the dynamic web … Continue reading
Inspired by Rotozaza’s autoteatro master work Etiquette, I worked with Catherine McCurry and Stepan Botlin to create a 2 screen experiment for television and laptop. The work required the viewers to play parts in the television show from home. In … Continue reading
I worked with Catherine McCurry, Kate Watson, Matthew Rader and Fernanda Bak to create a debate game show that employed audience text messages to subvert a high brow debate with low brow shenanigans. The shows worked like this; Two guests … Continue reading
It was really great to hear Will Kreth in class. He gave us a run down on the history of interactive applications and hardware for TV since the 70s. Then he led conversation and answered questions about current projects and … Continue reading