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20 Responses to “World Builder - Award winning short”
This video was so stupid and boring, I think I threw up in my mouth a little while pondering the sheer fact that this short won any awards. The only award I would ever award this is the award for most horrible cliche and unoriginal trash. The award would consist of executing all persons involved at point blank range and desecrating the bodies.
wow, that was shallow of you. you either get it, or, in your case, you don’!
Please don’t feed the trolls
Well in counter response, please dont feed the feeders.
wow. arn’t you a total fag Jdog.
i thought it was quite nice.
i dont get it…
He is making this world for her and he wants it to be perfect. Which is why he was panicking so much when he realized he missed a spot. At the End it shows that they were trying to use holographic imaging to Help her recover. She was never Awake. She was merely dreaming inside the world he made for her.
atleast thats what i got out of it.
its in 3d
So you’re the smart one, here..have a cookie
He ment that if you look closely it is made for 3d glasses, without the glasses it just give the illusion of 3d
This is TED’s next project.
This Short story was good
Awesome. When he’s building the town in the beginning, it looks just like SketchUp, but in real life. =D
I thinking more along the lines of Maya, Ive tried both and Sketchup = Fails in comparison
I don’t like it because i don’t like the idea of cubes being something there not.
You could be stupid to not like the video.
I was amazed by this short, it is both timeless and inspiring. Brian Paulette and Erin McGrane were very good, their expressions saying what words could not. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, well this short film was worth far more. It spoke volumes without a single sylable being uttered. The seamless integration of reality and virtual reality was nothing short of breath taking.