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Whichever, Optical Illusion Animation

This film is the creation of Yutaka Akita. This short film has bits and pieces of many favorite illusion topics such as recursive, fractals, tessellations, and perspective. He describes this video as follows:

"This is application experiment of optical illusions commonplace in 2-D animations in 3-D spaces. The animation develops through illusions caused by concurrent different perspectives of simple lines and surfaces. It is a non-narrative film aiming to make viewers feel bizarre yet fascinated by a feeling of floating between real and unreal."


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Uploaded by yutakaaki


For more films from this artist go to this site. Here is a short biography he provided on his Dailymotion page.
"Born and bred in Yokohama, Japan. After a study of Byzantine art at Waseda University, surprisingly Yutaka started his career in the film industry where crazy yet creative people are working hard every night and day to make something amazing. Couple of years after, he alone went all the way to the UK to cultivate his style and techniques as an animator/director. And here he is, working on a variety of projects including promotion video for Madame V spring/summer collection 2007, James Bryan “Beautiful World” video, etc. He also worked for Johny Mourgue, one of the film director in FLYNN Productions and made a pitch for Beck’s album “Cell Phone’s Dead” TV spot. *showreel available on requests."







2 comments:

Optical Illusions said...

Good compilation video

Anonymous said...

oh man that was perfect



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