By David Pescovitz at 5:41 pm Tue, Mar 31, 2009
that was awesome thank u David and Thomas. I love RÃ¶yksopp n now Slag
The URL shortening for this page is unfortunate…
I wonder to what extent one might think of this as an illustration to Vernor Vinge’s Rainbows End; the kind of school project that the protagonist would disdain as all flash (so to speak) and no poetry.
That was pretty cool. This and “Remind me” video’s make me think of the way a augmented reality interface should work, where as you look at things, the computer would identify and describe items with schematics and stats similar to how it’s done in the music videos.
The creepiest thing about this video was the driver of van stopping to allow Red Riding Hood to pass when he clearly had right of way.
If this were on Youtube, the music companies would have taken it down for copyright abuse. Thankfully there’s Vimeo.
little red riding ho… heheh. thanks for giving me the first laugh of the day : ) (freeway anyone?)
awesome video – especially for a school project! he really went to town.
OK, that was awesome.
Eat your heart out Edward Tufte.
When you say school, I assume you don’t mean high school?
I get confused by Americanisms.
again! The first rule of Slagsmalsklubben is nobody talks about Slagsmalsklubben.
Good, except the Hundred Acre Wood is from Winnie the Pooh, not Red Riding Hood!
haha yeah, that confused me too
This style of animation needs a name. Cross infographic (itself already a cross of information and graphic) and antimation, and you have:
Yeah, that works.
Here’s another infogration: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3B__ovj2jU
The studio that made both is http://www.h5.fr/.
Man, I loves me some SlagsmÃ¥lsklubben.
Oh shit, I just broke the first rule again, didn’t I?
check out itsu, ebaby, and, beauty kit for more of the sytle infographmashamation: or summat
in.fact look at them all -they-beautiful-
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