3D Printing, Projection Mapping and Stop-Motion Create Eye-Catching Music Video

The video was created by animation studio Dropbear Digital and took two months to animate the 60 individual 3D printed parts.
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0
The video was created by animation studio Dropbear Digital and took two months to animate the 60 individual 3D printed parts.

3D printing, 3D animation, projection mapping, and stop-motion come together in the music video for Dan Sultan's "Magnetic," featuring a singing clay bust of the artist.

The video was created by animation studio Dropbear Digital and took two months to animate the 60 individual 3D printed parts.

Watch below.

Related

mollys-game-MOLLY_Unit_03284R_rgb

High Stakes: Managing the Post for 'Molly's Game'

"Aaron [Sorkin] methodically worked in a reel-by-reel order. We would divide up sequences between us at breaks that made sense. But when it came time to review the cut on a sequence, we would all review together."