Monday, 22 June 2009

MArch Crysis Video

The Architectural Computing students did some nice work with the Crysis engine, but there is a group of final year Masters of Architecture students working with it as well. Evan Freeman's blog outlines his thinking on the project and features the video below. The video presents something of an artistic vision of mental frailty in an emotive environment that reads beautifully in the Crysis engine. There is some nice skill in the melding of lighting, mood, movement and narrative - I am enthusiastic about people using such techniques to explore architectural thoughts, experiences and projects.

Evan Freeman
Submission for Experiment 2 for ARCH7201.
Exploring the limitations of clinical architecture in caring for patients with dementia. Created using Crysis Sandbox2 and Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 9.0

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