St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow, Eiffel tower in Paris, Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy and Akshardham – Hindu temple complex in New Delhi were chosen for the ID of educational TV spot of the Russian “History” channel. People that are fond of history can discover a lot of exiting facts in the runtime of one minute, while the TV spot runs. For additional historical associations, a zeppelin and an ancient ship were added in the ID.
The bioLogic team explored how bacterial properties can be applied to fabric and formed into living interfaces between body and environment. They found novel means of using Natto bacteria, which move in response to changes in humidity. The team harvested Natto cells and applied them to fabric with custom 3D printers.The cell-infused fabric was used to make sport garments. As the fabric reacts to perspiration, tiny vents over the body's heat zones open and close, allowing for instant cooling. In fall 2015, the suits featured in a live ballet performance.
The basic concept of the IDs is exiting and breathtaking travelling through space-time portals. Camera flies through the energy field, historical era changes or viewer gets in a dimension filled with objects according to the theme of the ID. External surface of the circle is the portal, which is covered by symbols from different historical eras. And the Cyrillic letter inside rotates like a pointer on clocks. Textures, historical objects and locations - everything looks extremely realistic, like live shooting.
The movie isn’t about a war. It’s about people at war. And frankly, all the movie is trying to say is that war is a bad thing! The director of main titles was looking for something that would unite all of these people, both survivors and fallen. It has to be something in tune with those times. And here he finds it. It’s the victory. At what specific moment every single character experiences his or her own victory? What are those characters doing at that moment? What do they look like? It is crucially important to express this feeling through the position, emotion and shape of a figure itself.
The shopping center MyTOWN wanted to distinguish itself from the crowd, why Radja decided to offer a unique sound experience by creating soundscapes - an audible landscape that consists of a variety of sounds that capture architecture, interior design and brand in a delicate and artful way. The compositions are played at selected areas in the building. To set tempo, evoke feelings, build expectations and tell a story that lasts over time Radja chose to use one in this context, perhaps somewhat unorthodox experience, namely sound design for computer games.
Fidular fuses modern acoustics and digital fabrication with traditional craftsmanship, enabling instant disassembly and interchangeability of chamber and shafts across different fiddles from Asia to the Middle East. The design manifests a vision of culture aware technology, the convergence of future and traditional technologies, engineered for cross cultural fluidity. Inspired by an apprenticeship, Fidular functions with traditional and novel digitally-fabricated chambers, allowing players to customize timbre by mixing and matching components from various traditions on-the-fly.