Drugo is a short animated film that offers an allegorical take on 40 years of worldwide “war on drugs”. The spot is part of an international campaign by The Global Commission on Drug Policy, which aims to foster a broader discussion about drug policy reform. The art direction, though heavily based on medieval imagery, also incorporates a few contemporary references like helicopters and modern-day favelas, which together with the archetypical language of the fairy tale imparts an atemporal feeling that echoes the convoluted, centuries-old relationship between humankind and recreational
Created exclusively in stop motion animation, with an art direction and production at the same time richly detailed and artisanal, inspired by Brazilian popular handicraft.The title sequence script recaps the main character’s journey through the Brazilian countryside, across different regions and landscapes. The whole voyage is deliberately shown as taking place within a single stage-like structure, with changes of scenery carried out through ingenious mechanical tricks that echo the theatrical essence of the full-length film’s narrative structure, which was based on two of Nóbrega’s plays.
TTMM is a collection of watchfaces for Pebble Time and Pebble Time Round smartwatches. You will find here two apps (both for Android and iOS platform) with 50 and 18 models in over 600 color variations. TTMM is simple, minimal and aesthetic combination of digits and abstract infographics. Now you can choose your time style whenever you like.
Stunning touch screen presentation that represented the world of media of the future. It was filled with lots of media. Any user was able to sort this information depending on individual requirements. You just had to pick out news on the touch screen and send it to the front video wall “The Dashboard”. As a result there was a selection of well sorted data which could be immediately broadcasted to the world. A special feature of the installation was the 360° environment incl. floor and ceiling that was also controlled via interactive touchscreen.
Virtual makeup products using image processing technology and augmented reality. Before any actual makeup, which is on the front of the ADINA, you can simulate the model makeup on your face and then proceeded to make you see. Along with changing images and motion images make for a very good and fast run-time processing is possible. Other unique features make the device perfect for lips, lip liner, eye shadow and brow as a whole and in details.
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