For "Inside Me (Nils Frahm - Me Rework)," Dmitry Zakharov used a 3D-scan technique that allowed him to reproduce an image of his body as a moving 3D object in software.
Marshmallow Laser Feast, in collaboration with Analog, have recreated a 16k photorealistic-textured human recreation for the new music video for Duologue's "MEMEX."
Artist Eyal Gever, known for creating other 3D simulations of high-impact collisions, used 3D video capturing to preserve "states where rest and motion exist together."
"Embers," the final installment in Woodkid's "The Golden Age" music video trilogy features an uncanny biology unlike anything that exists in the natural world.
"Lunar Surface," the dimension-bending new project by Kimchi and Chips, blends new 3D scanning technologies with old photographic techniques.
The artist behind "Postcards From Google Earth," returns as an online archaeologist with a digital pickaxe.
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