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Leviathan experiments, inspires and engages

Last month, the principals of creative studio Leviathan decided to unveil their experimental proof-of-concept project entitled “Ghost Box,” which they designed to demonstrate how almost any product of any size can be brought to life by projection with you as the director. Distributed to leading creative industry media outlets worldwide as a video with a short description, the hope was to ignite enthusiasm and excitement around the project and Leviathan’s vision, artistry and craftsmanship. As shown in the demo video, Leviathan’s first application for Ghost Box was an interactive art installation involving music from Waveplant, but they also revised it into a custom car configurator. The video concludes, “Such technologies could be used for anything from a storefront window to a large-scale event,” and asks: “Now that we know it’s possible, what do you want to build?” Here are some responses. Read more

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Killer Reels: Waveplant 2013

The personal brand of Chicago-based music producer, composer, musician, sound designer and programmer Joel Corelitz, Waveplant creates extraordinary musical scores for advertising, broadcast, gaming, film and live installations. Since 2006, working on an array of ultra-innovative projects, Waveplant has delivered sensational sound design-driven scores that are fresh, resonant, and award-winning. Today, Waveplant exists in the spaces where worlds collide… where technology meets heart and soul, and vital emotional connections spring to life.

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Emerging Filmmakers: Polynoid

“Loom” is the title of this amazing short film created by Polynoid (a collaboration among artists Jan Bitzer, Ilija Brunck, Csaba Letay, Fabian Pross and Tom Weber) and featuring original music and sound design by Joel Corelitz of Waveplant Studios. The highly ambitious project screened at this year’s OFFF in Barcelona and has so far been named Best International Animation Short Film at the Monterrey International Film Festival and Best Animation at Eksj√∂ Animation Festival 2011. For more information, visit polynoid.tv.

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