This relates to my previous post in a way; a ‘paper computing’ technology developed by the University of Tokyo in which you can edit a piece of special sheet by hand or by computer interface - via DigInfo:
At the University of Tokyo, the Naemura Group is developing paper computing technology, which can automatically erase, copy and print hand-drawn sketches on paper.
As well as using a camera and computer, this system uses a laser and UV light, making it possible to work directly with the hand-drawn sketches using the computer.
So for example, the user can leave only the edges of hand-written characters, creating 3D like text, or draw a figure by hand and color it in automatically.
“Times” is a self-contained short-clip by Isenseven and at the same time the last part of the upcoming full-length movie “Let’s Go Get Lost”. As this clip will be edited slightly different in the final movie, we decided to publish this original version online already now.
This clip contains a collection of footage we gathered throughout the season and during the summer days in our hometown Munich as well as in Berlin, New York, Tokyo, Bejing, Portland, Barcelona and many other places. We like to thank all of our close friends for a great year 2009 and especially thank those guys for riding their skateboards for us: Conny Mirbach, Christopher Geyer, Jonas Rosenbauer, Michael Von Fintel, Christoph Friedmann, Dennis Gläser, Timo Kavermann, Mack McKelton, Gunes Ozdogan, Marcus Sweeney, Philipp Schuster and John Zelehoski.
Filmed by: Felix Urbauer, Alex Schiller, Vincent Urban, Niko Jentsch, Magnus Törnkvist Edited by: Vincent Urban
As Munich plays a major role in this clip, we are happy we could use a song from a local band for this project. The song’s called “Mindestens In 1000 Jahren” by Frittenbude from the Album “Nachtigall”. Support the band and be friends with them on Myspace! (www.myspace.com/frittenbude)