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12.11.14 Prachi Gupta

As impressive as they are invasive, Google Maps are about to get a lot more detailed. The company has introduced 3D imaging to Google Maps and Google Earth in San Francisco and New York, with more cities getting rendered in 2015. TechCrunch reports that the change comes from “better cameras and improved algorithms,” which really […]

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09.22.14 Rhett Jones

ANIMAL will be bringing you continuing coverage from The New York Film Festival, which runs at Sep 26 – Oct 12 at Film Society of Lincoln Center. Goodbye To Language plays Saturday, September 27th at 9:00pm and Wednesday, October 1st at 9pm. (Tickets are sold out, but there’ll be a stand-by line.) “Thought regains it’s place in poop,” a […]

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07.29.14 Sophie Weiner

In Mrs. Escher’s Nightmare, a hand appears to draw 3D-objects… as they move! Escher’s paintings were famous for mind-bending, physics-defying imagery. This demonstration of concept software makes it look like something that should exist, and be user-friendly. Watch black and white geometric shapes come into being, float off into space, become an eagle and flap its eagle wings, […]

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05.19.14 Sophie Weiner

Artist Vibeke Bertelsen has created a3D virtual sculpture for a song by electronic producer Zack Christ. Entitled “The Valley of Uncanny,” the interactive animation depicts two human heads attached at the back. The sculpture is sound-responsive, morphing and mutating in an unsettling way along with the music, as you rotate it to view from different angles. Bertelsen […]

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05.08.14 Sophie Weiner

This morning, the New York based multi-media design collective Eyebodega (Rob Chabebe, Joe Perez) premiered the music video “When I Look” for electronic artist Bobmo. The video features vintage internet-influenced psychedelic 3D visuals, which Eyebodega made in a trans-Atlantic collaboration with UK artist Michael Willis, a former member of Euopean artist collective Panther Club. Chabebe told ANIMAL that […]

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09.25.13 Kyle Petreycik

Benjamin Muzzin‘s work evokes the third dimension by rigging flatscreen television screens to a machine capable of spinning them at very high speeds. This creates, beautiful fleeting structures of light. Watch the sculpture change its entire fluid digital shape with only small variations on the thickness of the lines presented on the spinning 2D screen. With this project […]

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09.18.13 Bucky Turco & Aymann Ismail

It didn’t take long for graffiti to spread across the pond. The underground art form that was birthed in the train yards and streets of NYC in the late 1960s and flourished in the early 1980s quickly made its way to London. “Everything that takes off in New York, comes here about a year or […]

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10.01.12 Irina Dvalidze

Projection mapping makes everything just a tinge cooler, doesn’t it? Here’s a 10 minute live performance from a dandypunk. Appropriately titled Alchemy Of Light is a one man show that chronicles an off-beat journey through the looking-glass, starring the Mad Hatter-esque performer interacting with street furniture and an ever-morphing light scribble. Kudos on them gymnastic skills. Did we […]

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01.02.12 Marina Galperina

“Yes. I’m considering the possibility,” says Martin Scorsese when asked whether the Frank Sinatra biopic he’s going to be working on eventually will be in 3D. Oh, and remember how he said that Taxi Driver should have been in 3D? Geh. So what does that mean? […]

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10.28.11 Marina Galperina

Don’t cringe. Americans have been wanting to see 3D war porn since the times of Civil War stereoscopes, it’s just getting a little tackier because Avatar ruined movies forever and the masses only want to see things boom bang bang all up in their face. Coming at some point, the “all CG 3D action thriller” […]

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