The Australian band the Hunz are not only are a creative group of musicians, but also very creative visual artist that surprised us with their new music video. The band used used Autodesk Labs Project Photofly in their video for a cool special effect.
The bands members Hans van Vliet also known as “Hunz”, Phil Evans, Richie Young, and the IV Motion team used Project Photofly as a unique eye-catching effect in the music video for their new single "I Get Chills." They went for the draft mesh highly faceted look placed in their video like meshed statues of the the singer “Hunz”.From IV Motion:
”Armed with the new Photofly software from Autodesk Labs_, the IV Motion guys along with Jonas McQuiggin and Daniel Graetz came up with a video concept for the latest Hunz single.”
- Watch the video: Vimeo or Autodesk YouTube Channel
- See how the video was made
- Check out their site and purchase their songs http://hunz.com.au/
- You can follow the Hunz on Twitter @hunzmusic
Congratulations to Hunz for their new single, and thinking outside the box or mesh!
I say unexpected as we know many of our media and entertainment products are traditionally used in movies, games and even music videos as that is what they were explicitly designed.AutoCAD and Photofly were not designed or expected to be used for art in music videos.
Check out Project Photofly on Autodesk Labs and see what crazy ways you can think of to use it.
We get chills, amazed, shocked, surprised and excited daily at the creative uses of Project Photofly.