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Bright had an interview with Steye Hallema about VR
You can read an interview with Steye Hallema
about our new project here
We tested our new project The Smartphone Orchestra with Spinvis, watch the video
We will test The Smartphone Orchestra at Night of the Nerds
Our VR music video got selected for the JAUNT VR platform.
We are going to organize a Blackmarket of Knowledge at Brakke Grond, Amsterdam
WildVreemd explores virtual reality like no company does at this moment. We are on the forefront of designing new ways of storytelling in a medium where most of the filmic language doesn’t apply anymore. We find innovative ways of editing scenes, progressing a story and keeping the viewer engaged. (read more)
WildVreemd members were also involved in VPRO VRmovie The Upgrade, nominated for Prix Europa.
Have an iPhone or iPad? Click this link/ Oculus Rift owners! Download the file here and use this player.
Nominated for the BUMA Tech Award, Berlin MVA and UK Music Video Awards, the premier awards show dedicated to innovation and creativity in music video around the world. Shortlisted in the category ‘Best Interactive Video’, next to Coldplay and Years & Years.
★★★★ Parool – “de volgende stap in de videocliprevolutie komt gewoon uit Nederland”
(“The next step in music video revolution comes from The Netherlands”)
Bright – “…gaat het technologische wauw-gevoel voorbij. Je wordt echt een onderdeel van de video”
(“…goes beyond the technological ‘wow feeling’. You really become part of the video”)
Click here for the interactive version of this video.
The Cloud is a fairy-tale -like adiovisual installation by Aldo Brinkhof featuring sound by Steye.
Gianna Tan – ‘Take You On A Trip’
The idea of mounting a camera to a hoola hoop fitted perfectly with this song.
Documentarty about artist Chris Berens. Music by Steye.
Also available on the NPO website.
Jamming with the Great Akwasi and my beat generating Video Creature the Octopush.
I trigger sounds with my Logitech game controller. Those sounds are translated to image in the form of a 7 armed monster that plays drums and bass.
Test to use the badminton game as a trigger for sounds. This delivers a great comic effect!