Video Archive | Computer graphics (6)

Arvind Palep
Hernan Diaz Alonso points out in his introduction that Arvind Palep's work resonates in an architectural context because of its...
Arvind Palep-clip_2190
Palep reviews his background, and presents his Alias Sixes Last video that went viral on YouTube.
Arvind Palep-clip_2194
Palep presents videos made for Nickelodeon's Nicktoons, and videos of robots interacting with people, animals and...
Arvind Palep-clip_2200
Palep presents videos made for the Adidas World Cup campaign, an MTV Japan promo, a video for Quinn's, and a TED video featuring...
Sandeep Divekar-clip_965
Michael Dobry introduces Sandeep Divekar, a SCI-Arc alumnus. Dobry discusses the range of Divekar's work, which includes...
Shin Takamatsu-clip_5326
Takamatsu presents three videos that use moving images, music and computer graphics to convey the spirit of three projects: the...

Arvind Palep

October 8, 2008 | Video Lecturer:
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Hernan Diaz Alonso points out in his introduction that Arvind Palep’s work resonates in an architectural context because of its implications in a shift from representation to simulation. Palep entered the world of computer graphics with a fine arts background, and an interest in creating realistic synthetic life-forms via 3D and animation software. Palep values the digital medium for its potential in enabling viewers to suspend belief.

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September 27, 1989 | Video Lecturer:

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Takamatsu presents three videos that use moving images, music and computer graphics to convey the spirit of three projects: the Kirin Plaza in Osaka, the Earthtecture Sub-1 underground commercial building in Tokyo, and the Octagon tower proposed for the Shibuya district of Tokyo. After the videos, Takamatsu responds to questions from the audience.