Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Dog Movie 10 0624 from Aaron Gilbert on Vimeo.
I'm getting close! Based on feedback, I have tightened things up. The stills go by faster and I picked some music that's a little less "ecclesiastical" (thanks for the adjective Daniela!)
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Dog Movie 10 0623 from Aaron Gilbert on Vimeo.
This is getting much closer to the final version. I had to fight Windows Movie Maker almost all day because certain clips kept freezing. I still want to edit it down a bit....definitely want to speed up the 'slide show' portions.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Taking the protracted route through school has its advantages. I won't even start thesis prep studio until January. I have a strong and detailed thesis proposal and plan written it. My bibliography of articles and online resources is growing. And as of today I have three committee members!
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Thursday, June 17, 2010
I continue to explore generating a field from layers of information about the dogs.
This is the product of last week's exploration.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Dog Movie Sketch 10 0608 from Aaron Gilbert on Vimeo.
My second stab at my dog video. The conceptual areas are grouped better....how the dogs use the space and impact the space (and our lives). However, the editing is still really choppy. This is a montage of photos and video. I left the sound in the video this time. I'm not sure how much I really like it like this.
Sunday, June 6, 2010
The assignment was to generate a field based on cultural information relative to the movie, then use that field as a basis for generation.
I built my field around information of how the dogs and the home interface. I looked at paths they take through the home, how they use the home programmatically, and how they impact the home.
Rough CAD drawing of the condo
Program of dogs' activities
How the dogs impact the home
How the dogs navigate the home
Diagrams combined and brought into Rhino
Function and Impact
Combined Pathways, Function and Impact
Field of Dogs