Using the image as an artefact I’m working on a video that attempts to move seamlessly between orientations, scales and media (and time?). How can I create a smooth transition between worlds? I’m looking for clever transitions beyond zooming in and out so if anyone has an idea please let me know :)

Also, I’d like to find a way to use multiple views simultaneously + develop a clearer articulation of the different ‘named views’ –

-the aerial / flythrough

-the fragment shot

-the perspective

-the postcard / souvenir shot? (when it’s 2D)



Lastly, there is this niiiice video I saw on Wired – smashing our expectations

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One Response to Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes

  1. Natasha Sandmeier says:

    the first few transitions (especially the first one which is great) are actually pretty convincing. It gets a bit rough later on, but the ideas are interesting. Instead of just aftereffects-ing all of it together, put a storyboard together of the kinds of transitions you are wanting to assemble:

    paper to concrete (eisenman) or vice versa. So we zoom into your ACTUAL table and zoom out of the building.

    cutting matt to grassland

    starry sky to speckled sweather (worn by the ‘architect’)

    aerial view to site model – you have and is great

    figure out a transition to break that horizontal beam in your model

    zoom into the barragan scene (you started it at the beginning) and then transition to image in the highway. get to a video of cars on a highway. try to zoom into a car’s tinted rear view mirror which can shift to an iphone screen. then scroll to contacts, txt Dorian Gray to meet you, but then he calls you on face-time. then on his side the screen turns into a mirror. he ages. etc etc etc!