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JKD Collective in October of of 2012 released a 60 second station id for Japanese music network Space Shower TV, called Synchronized Drops. The … Read More
JKD Collective in October of of 2012 released a 60 second station id for Japanese music network Space Shower TV, called Synchronized Drops. The spot employed a video technique that makes water droplets appear as though they are frozen in time. This is achieved entirely in-camera using a 30FPS camera and an Oscillator to control the rate at which water droplets flow from a tube while attached to a speaker. It is one thing to see this in camera but we wanted to give people the opportunity to try it themselves. So we were invited to participate in Transart, an exhibition taking place at 3331 gallery in Tokyo, and we proposed turning Synchronized Drops spot into a interactive art installation. Read Less
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JKD Collective in October of 2012 released a 60 second station id for Japanese music network Space Shower TV, called Synchronized Drops.

The spot employed a video technique that makes water droplets appear as though they are frozen in time. This is achieved entirely in-camera using a 30FPS camera and an Oscillator to control the rate at which water droplets flow from a tube while attached to a speaker.

It is one thing to see this in camera but we wanted to give people the opportunity to try it themselves.

So we were invited to participate in Transart, an exhibition taking place at 3331 gallery in Tokyo, and we proposed turning Synchronized Drops spot into a interactive art installation.
 
Creative Direction : Marek Okon, Kosai Sekine
Production Designer :Tateo Yanagimachi
Producers :Bruce Ikeda, Toshiyuki Takei 
Client : 3331