Eleven Minutes Of Awesomeness – Collaborative project “Resonance”

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Resonance is a collaborative project inititated by SR Partners with over 30 independent visual and audio designers/studios involved. The aim was to explore the relationship between geometry and audio in unique ways.

Link:
Resonance The Film

Contributers Video:
Displace Studios / Esteban Diacono / Heerko Groefsema / Jean-Paul Frenay / Jr.canest / KORB / Kultnation / Mate Steinforth / Matthias Müller / Momentary People / MRK / Murat Pak / Onur Senturk / Physalia Studio / Polynoid / Spatial Harmonics Group / SR Partners / Thiago Maia / Tom Waterhouse / Tronic Studio

Contributers Audio:
Audionerve / Combustion / CypherAudio / David Kamp / Echolab / Hecq / Michael Fakesch / Mutant Jukebox / Radium Audio – Chris Didlick / Studio Takt / World Gang

Posted on June the 30th, 2011 at 01:22 pm

Tags: Aesthetics,Analog,Animation & Stop Motion,Audio Visual,CGI & 3D,Experimental,Short Films


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