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This is one of the coolest outdoor exhibits i’ve seen in a long time…I only wish it wasn’t all the way in London so I could see it up close in person.

This is the HP ePrint & Tron: Legacy Experience live projection mapping on the roof of the QEH on London’s Southbank. It was created with 6x18k projectors onto a massive projection canvas that was somewhere in the ballpark of 50m wide by 20m tall. An 8k D&B sound rig provided the killer audio taken from snippets of the movie soundtrack (Written and Recorded by none other than Daft Punk).

Here’s an overhead shot to get a better gauge of the massive scale of this audio/video exhibit:
The roof of the QEH with the Tron projection mapping

Creative shop Guided Collective along with Flat-e/Seeper (who did the animation & projection mapping) and Si Begg (responsible for the sound design & re-hashed elements from the Tron:Legacy OST).

More pics can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/icJ3mm
A much shorter trailer for the project can be seen here: http://vimeo.com/17283195

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Evian’s latest commercial to come out of the BETC Euro RSCG, Paris office takes the age-old advertising practice of using cute babies to help move merchandise to a whole new level in this :60 second spot. In a stunning display of animation/3D design, a group of babies skate around to Dan the Automator’s version of hip-hop classic, Rapper’s Delight (originally recorded by the Sugarhill Gang).

Credits:

Agency: BETC Euro RSCG, Paris
Founder/Global Creative Director: Rémi Babinet
Art Director: Agnès Cavard
Assistant Art Director: Gregory Ferembach
Copywriter: Valérie Chidlovsky
Agency Producer: Fabrice Brovelli

Production Company: Partizan, Paris
Director: Michael Gracey

Music: “Rapper’ s Delight” by Dan the Automator

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Here are two cool new spots for The UPS Store created by Doner and Psyop. It’s an epic 25 second tale called The Rescue. The agency gave Psyop a brief that challenged them to create an epic tale involving a world (and characters) all made out of cardboard….this is what they came up with – Amazing special effects/3D work from start to finish. The second part can be seen below (along with a quote from the designers describing some of the challenges they faced converting this idea into 3D).
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