These time-slice montages are of the champions in their sports from skating, skiing and snowboarding at the Sochi Olympics.
Tiltshift does this interesting thing where it both removes a lot of the distance between you and the subject and distorts it past recognition.
People doing amazing things are not meant to be paying attention to how they look. And here is lots of proof of that.
Such a simple little trick, but does entirely reorient the whole view.
The Tron-inspired CGI video for the Chemical Brother‘s Velodrome, created by Crystal CG, is played in London's Olympic Velodrome before each session.
Featuring swimmer Ryan Lochte, sprinter Tyson Gay, and the USA swimming team.
"And armed with Canon’s new DX camera that’s able to take 14 pictures a second, the robots are able to capture multiple-exposure shots of what the athletes actually do. "
4×5-inch field camera and a 100+-year-old Petzval lens.
Now if I could get this as a game for my SNES, I'd be really happy.
"An animated reconstruction of highlights of the USA's first match of the tournament, in which the favourites beat France 98-71. The American team of multimillionaires includes Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, and (with his trademark white headband) LeBron James, while the French side features fellow NBA stars Kevin Seraphin, Nicolas Batum, Boris Diaw and the goggles-wearing Tony Parker"
Vivid and bright illustrations from Athens-based visual designer Charis Tsevis.
A fleet of robotic underwater cameras are catching some of the best shots of the Olympics.Read More
With the Olympic Torch Relay coming to an end, someone else needs to pick up where it left off and carry the torch, so to speak. Here is a great short animation showing a different torch relay.Read More
The London Games began today, and the Opening Ceremonies are later this week. If you are interested, here is a video (with great fly-in animation of its construction) to introduce you to the new Olympic Stadium. Read More
Sure, it's an ad. Sure it isn't saying anything new. It is moving though. Makes me remember what sport feels like.Read More
AP is using a fleet of robotic cameras to get stunning action video and photography for the London Olympic Games, starting tomorrow (july 25)