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Stereoscopic titling proposals

Lecturer Mike would like the group to come up with another piece of work in order to complete the unit successfully to shoot a scene of a location of you group choice, The 4 group members agreed on Stereoscopic titling proposals. 3 from me and 1 from Catherine and 1 from Victoria. The Producer and Director agreed that the group should meet at the College in January 2013 with ideas on what other 3D Stereoscopic project they wish to carry out and what visual effects they want to create, for the next group project. The Producer has asked each member to come up with an idea.

My ideas where to create one Ident in motion graphic style using a “word from a book, magazine, newspaper’ and ‘text, number’ that can be used in the scene, this video where very inspired and i wanted to create something Like “MTV ‘Organic’ – Umeric

MTV ‘Organic’ – Umeric from Umeric on Vimeo.

there was a problem that i could not create any motion graphic tv ident because i had to work in my previous work that i did “Pave the Way”

Me and Diepiri MacPepple-Jaja – The Producer we chose a 4 different location to shoot the scene in the Libray at Ravensbourne

this are some screen shot of the video that we shoot

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library

 

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once we finished shooting the library scene i was the only one in my group that i had the knowledgment  to track in Boujou 5 it which is called ‘match moving’ . “Match moving” is a cinematic technique that allows the insertion of computer graphics into Live-action footage with correct position, scale, orientation, and motion relative to the photographed objects in the shot.

This is screen shot of Boujou 5 that was able to tracking successfully and i had to Export the camera footage to Cinema 4D that allows  ‘Catherine Lui – 2rd Visual Effects’ to work and in Autodesk Maya that allows Victoria Smith – 3nd Visual Effects to work.

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