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Duologue 'Memex' by Marshmallow Laser Feast

David Knight - 9th Sept 2014

Visual innovators Marshmallow Laser Feast are featured in the Barbican's current Digital Revolutions exhibition, and their new work - for Duologue's track Memex – is also breaking through the boundaries of the way imagery is captured.

It's a study of mortality that explores photogrammetry techniques, filmed with FBFX’s 94-camera high resolution scanning rig – which allows capture of 360º 3D scans in 1/13,000th of a second, with 16k photorealistic textures – to create a full body scan of model Beryl Nesbitt - a woman in her later years.

The scans then went to Marshmallow Laser Feast’s VFX collaborators Analog, who also captured the sunset as a spherical panoramic HDR photo. These two photographic processes were combined in 3D software to illuminate the scanned body, to reveal fascinating perspectives on the human form.

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Credits

Production/Creative

Director
Marshmallow Laser Feast
Producer
Emily Rudge

Wardrobe

Stylist
Stevie Hockaday

Editorial

Editor
Saam Hodivala

Grading

Colourist
Houmam Abdallah
Colour grade company

VFX

VFX Company
Analog Studios

Other credits

3D Photogrammetry Scanning & Digital Modelling

FBFX

Scanning Director & Processing

Jack Rothwell

Lead ZBrush Artist

Phil Hope

Scanning Asst & ZBrush Artist

Nejad Khedarun

Production Asst

Nasryne Ramazannezhad

Model

Beryl Nesbitt

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