This is the very firs experiment I did in DS10, October 2012. Even if I was unable to find an architectural application, i still find the interference colour patterns to be beautiful images, so I’m posting them here, hoping they will inspire someone else.
Thin-film interference occurs when incident light waves reflected by the upper and lower boundaries of a thin film interfere with one another to form a new wave. Check out the wikepedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thin-film_interference
Kino London is a monthly open-mic style film night set down a dark back ally in Angel, London. It provides an opportunity for budding independent film makers around the city to personally introduce their film and to screen their creations to an audience of other film industry specialists as well as other film makers providing an opportunity for collaboration and networking. Filmmakers register in advance to screen their short at the next event, sight unseen. There are no themes, no pre-selection and no restrictions, other than that films be under 6 minutes, on DVD, and include the Kino London logo at the end, just for our screening.
There are also challenges’ awarded through the form of a film that the audience decide the filmmaker must make and screen at Kino London. This gives an opportunity to willing participants to collaborate, sharing ideas and knowledge with the end result screened at the next event.
The next event will be held at Electrowerkz in Angel on the 4th March from 7:30pm.
The Third & The Seventh is a beautiful, fully CG animated film made by Alex Roman that, in his own words, “tries to illustrate architecture art across a photographic point of view where main subjects
are already-built spaces. Sometimes in an abstract way. Sometimes surreal.”
Many of you will already have seen the film as it was published roughly two years ago now but for those that haven’t it is brilliant and should be watched full-screen in HD if you can. I would also encourage everyone to watch the making of video and other work Alex Roman has published on Vimeo – (click on the vimeo button in the film player)