We utilized our PlateLight and DynamicLight technology to create the spots and FrameLight to create high resolution stills of the same content
For The Northface Apex Flex 2018 campaign we shot the stills and motion components simultaneously using our FrameLight technology. The video and interactive images are captured using our PlateLight tech to record two super high speed moving light sources -- also simultaniously -- this was a fun project!
See the still images here.
DIRECTED BY CARLO VAN DE ROER
The light starts out moving at thousands of feet per second and then slows down as Taika lands and the footage ramps to real time.Read More
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Halbwachs Wind, 2018, by Carlo Van de Roer.
Casey Spooner stuck in time, space, a cloud of human hair and a mirror jumpsuit.
Created for SIR: CHARACTER STUDIES, PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS, SELF ACTUALIZATION AND CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY 2013-2018 at Neuer Aachener Kunstverein comtemorary art association.
Mirror Jumpsuit by Landeros New York
Make-up by Tony Tulve
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Filmed using our PlateLight and DynamicLight technologies.
All effects are in-camera.
We used our Satellite Lab moving light technology to shoot Cate Blanchett, Tessa Thompson and many winged horses, suspended in time for Taika Waititi's Thor Ragnarok.
Some clips from the film:
Thor Ragnarok Trailer:
Light moves horizontally, vertically, in an arc and in a straight line.Read More
By Carlo Van de Roer. Playing with the changeability of a moment frozen in time.
Captured in 1/60th of a second, in-camera using light sources moving eight times the speed of sound.
In a physical space, your position in front of the frozen image changes the position of a moving light source within the image.
Previewable here viamouse or touchscreen.
10:46:52 am (Ironing board and sand sourced from the construction of a domestic space + dichroic glass).
An Installation at the New Museum’s 231 Bowery gallery space, as part of the 2016 New Inc Showcase.
Video content was shot with Phantom camera. Stills were simultaneously acquired on a separate camera during shooting.Read More
Moving light slows down from thousands of feet per second to tens of feet per second, then accelerates again. The resulting footage speeds up and slows down, while light sources move at the same pace throughout.Read More
Directed by Carlo Van de Roer