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This project was inspired by the official video of “Video Games”, sung by Lana Del Rey.

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Ruben Vieira

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Alexandra Carmo
Catarina Mendes
Eduardo Aranha
Isabel Carvalho
Joana Reis
Ruben Vieira

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"It's frozen inside": Winter storm hits Texas – BBC News



A winter storm in the US has brought deadly freezing winds, ice and snow to many regions that rarely see such frigid conditions. In Texas a state of emergency …

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Art At Home – Recycling FeltTips To Make Watercolours – Hobmoor TV – Home Learning



Learn how to use your old dried up felt tips to make watercolour paints. Create a colour wheel or be inspired by The Colour Monster by Anna Llenas https://youtu.be/Ih0iu80u04Y to make your own drawing.

Hobmoor TV is an online learning experience for primary school children led by the Mercurial Dance Team, across performing arts, visual arts and digital arts. We’ve created these series of videos to support our schools and their children to learn at home during the COVID-19 emergency in the UK. We’ve been working remotely in our homes in lockdown, so please forgive us if the quality is not tiptop, the intentions are! To learn more about how we work in schools watch this video, https://vimeo.com/398880191 at our lead school Oasis Academy Hobmoor.

If you’d like some help crafting your own school online lessons or training for your staff please get in touch. www.mercurialdance.co.uk

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Call to Listen: “Questions God Asks”



Admittedly, this bumper is directly… let’s say “inspired” by this video: http://vimeo.com/10668523

The colours and flourishes of the “True Love” video were so vibrant and peaceful and beautiful, we had to figure out how it was done. However, the technique proved elusive. Finally, through much trial and even more error, we finally stumbled upon the “colour masking” feature in Final Cut Pro X. There was much rejoicing!

The next challenge was to figure out how to do motion tracking to help make the text seem more like an object in the video rather than an overlay on the video. Again, this proved challenging, but we overcame and there were high fives all around!

And that is what I love about the arts and collaboration – even unintended collaboration (e.g. someone trying to copy someone else’s technique). Ideas don’t just come from nowhere, and true creativity doesn’t happen in a vacuum; it happens in community, as we build off of the amazing work that has come before us.

Also, the music is “Nemo Egg (Main Title)” by the always heartbreakingly beautiful Thomas Newman from the Finding Nemo soundtrack… it just captured the serenity of the idea too perfectly to not use.

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Weekend What #1: Travel to the Snow



NEW EPISODES every Friday morning, CET.

ABOUT WEEKEND WHAT ⌄
Seeing all those great vlogs on YouTube made me think about how to create videos myself. I do like filming, and I also talk a lot to myself. But I always look a bit off when on camera, so I’m not really the vlogging type. However, I have a thing for timelapses. I already shot some cool videos, but what to do with all those timelapses I carry around on my phone? So I decided to create a series called ‘Weekend What’. Not only a great way to use the footage I shoot in my free time. But it also shows how sweet life in and around my hometown can be. Enjoy the 12 episodes in this series, I will release one every Friday morning. And please let me know if you have any questions or tips!

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Weekend What: The Trailer https://vimeo.com/164584348
Weekend What #1: Travel to the Snow https://vimeo.com/162964085

ABOUT ME ⌄
sweet tooth | paper lover | enjoys books and great stories

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Synchronicity by Kimberly Gossard -Vimeo Encode



Science is often associated with a withdrawal from nature. From science fiction movies to current day newspapers, science is portrayed as “out of this world” which distances it from the world we actually live in and can relate to. This disconnect is ironic since science’s entire purpose is to better understand the world around us! How would we know that the earth revolves around the sun or that all living organisms are made from four simple bases beautifully intertwined into DNA if not for science? Unlike many would assume, science and nature compliment each other, and we would fail to fully appreciate either without the other.

As a biology major and art minor, I see the aesthetic beauty in science that others may overlook. My final video project speaks to the synchronicity of science and nature as well as the inherent beauty found within them. Using a split screen, this video consists of appropriated footage from nature videos, including those by National Geographic and PBS, along side footage I shot personally in my own scientific laboratory. By making a visual comparison between science and nature using similar color schemes and shapes I hope to convey their similarities on a deeper level. The deep voiceover represents the melodious narration often accompanying nature videos, but in this video is actually saying the scientific species names of a variety of animals in alphabetical order. The opening symphony music by Richard Strauss, most popular for its use in the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, is meant to provide a slightly comedic effect while still conveying the importance of the duality of nature and science.

This work will eventually be displayed on a classroom ceiling using one projector, causing the viewer to lie down on the floor in order to see the video properly. By lying on the floor, the viewer gets closer to nature (the earth) and by projecting my work onto the ceiling it takes on the larger than life aspect that one would find gazing at the stars. My goal is to have viewers walk away with a better appreciation for the beautiful relationship between science and nature.

—by Kimberly Gossard
11/19/13

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How to Create Falling Snow Animation in a Slideshow – Add Winter-Inspired Effects to Photos & Videos



Wondering how to add a magical touch to your winter slideshow? Think about special animation effects that can recreate fairy-tale-like atmosphere and powder your photos or video clips with realistic snow. If you’re all thumbs or running out of time, you can still make good use of pre-made templates provided by SmartSHOW 3D software and enjoy falling snow animation applied to your seasonal photos and videos. Those who’re more computer savvy can try their hand at customizing snow effects with the help of the slide editor. The app gives you a chance to create blizzard, snowfall or snowstorm on the chosen slide. All you need is to decide how much snow you’d like to see on your pictures or video clips and select the preferable type of snowflakes!

Discover all the pros of this slideshow maker: http://smartshow-software.com?utm_source=vimeo&utm_medium=smartshow3d&utm_campaign=long and funk up your photos or videos taken during the winter with cool falling snow animation.

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Wildfires on US West Coast turn day into night | DW News



Dozens of people are missing as deadly wildfires sweep across the western United States. Hundreds of thousands have fled their homes as relentless blazes …

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WILDsides: How to Use a Predator Call



Learn the basics of using an electronic predator call.

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How Millennials Use Houseplants to Connect with Nature



From pothos to succulents, why people love taking care of plants.

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