Show concept by Kris BennettPlaylist
Jack "Dr. Death" Kevorkian - The Door
Public Access Television Produc
tion about consciousness - really very good. Watch it here:http://www.networkawesome.com/show/jack-kevorkian-the-door/Snow Canon (1981)
Video by Synopsis Music by Steve Roach
Graphics by Denise Gallant/Brian Samuels from California Images:HiFi For The Eyes"The Water" by Os Ovni
directed by Seth Nemec filmed at Discovery Village and Barton Springshttp://osovni.tumblr.com/http://www.answeringmachinerecordings.net/Yellow Magic Orchestra Rydeen (video Remix)
"Yellow Magic Orchestra, has been very popular or famous in Japan during the period."
(not to be missed!)
"Oh Sugar Britches, you got my nerves in stitches"
Lionel Davis sings - ahem, lip syncs (badly) - the song "Candy Pants" from his album "I Got the Mack in the Sack."Gospel Aerobics Hi Lo
"Here you go, another clip to share with the world. This is gospel aerobics taken to higher level. Old school dance aerobics to a faster beat. Enjoy! pauleugene..."
"I like the part where he says "There's nobody here". Also, the part with the jiggling triangle of rainbow."Pantomation (1977-1979)
Pantomation was a very early tracking chromakey system from the 1970s. Originally intended for music scoring, the system was adapted to other styles of performance art. While crude by modern standards, the concept was decades ahead of its time; it can reasonably be considered an early forebear of systems like Microsoft's Kinect.
Chroma key compositing
(or chroma keying
) is a technique for compositing
(layering) two images together. A color range in the top layer is made transparent, revealing another image behind. The chroma keying technique is commonly used in video production
. This technique is also referred to as color keying
, color-separation overlay
; primarily by the BBC
, and bluescreen
. It is commonly used for weather forecast broadcasts
, wherein the news presenter
appears to be standing in front of a large map during live television newscasts
, but in a television studio
it is actually a large blue or green background. The meteorologist
stands in front of a bluescreen, and then different weather maps are added on those parts in the image where the color is blue. If the meteorologist wears blue clothes, his clothes will be replaced with the background video. This also works for greenscreens, since blue and green are considered the colors least like skin tone.
This technique is also used in the entertainment industry, for example for special effects
. Software is available today, such as Pinnacle Studio
, which makes it possible and relatively easy for the average home computer user, to create videos using the Chromakey function and greenscreeens.