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2004 | Developed for Nike's "Art of Speed" campaign, this project explores Einstein's concept of "time dilation" which predicts that as a person … Read More
2004 | Developed for Nike's "Art of Speed" campaign, this project explores Einstein's concept of "time dilation" which predicts that as a person approaches the speed of light, time appears to accelerate. The live-action twin was shot on blue screen with both digital video and still cameras, then composited into multiple computer-generated environments. Shown at Art Directors Club, Hypefest 2004, Cineme 2004 and featured in RES Magazine. Read Less
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Nike Les Jumelles
Developed for Nike's "Art of Speed" campaign, this project explores Einstein's concept of "time dilation" which predicts that as a person approaches the speed of light, time appears to accelerate. The live-action twin was shot on blue screen with both digital video and still cameras, then composited into multiple computer-generated environments. Shown at Art Directors Club, Hypefest 2004, Cineme 2004 and featured in RES Magazine.

Modeled baroque room and most objects except for partial exterior mansion, trees and select furniture items. Also handled partial layout, posed lions statue and completed procedural flower growth animation tests via X-Frog. For the semi-sequel EYE[D], modeled, textured & animated a virtual version of the twin.
Credits

Director: Joseph Kosinski
Production Company: KDLAB
Design/Edit: Joseph Kosinski
3D: Joseph Kosinski, Oliver Zeller
Motion Graphics Titles: Dean Di Simone
Executive Producer: Chris Buckley
Still Photography: Dan Pak
Make-Up/Hair: Koji Higashino
Twin: Melissa Hilmer
Voice: Sabine El Chamaa
Music: TRS-80