Last Saturday afternoon, we had a blast experimenting with abstract film effects at the Design Museum London. The "DIY FX" workshop was hosted by Intel and curatorial partners jotta to get us making visual effects for film using common objects and cameras as basic as the one in your phone.
We were inspired by Marcel Duchamp's "1926 Anemic Cinema" (after the jump) and a room full of materials, including action figures, miniature animals, a turntables, lasers and a safety helmet. A final edit of the more weird and wonderful creations should be up on the Intel Remastered site soon.
This was the second in a series of three creative interactive collaborative workshops hosted by Intel and jotta. In the third one, DIY Type, we'll experiment with typography using vintage letterforms and create a large work on the wall of Design Museum. If you're in London on Saturday, the 25th of June at 2:30pm, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and come join us!