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BIRNEGRUPPE

The Shape of Punk to Come

Our Waste Brains - Venice, Italy

November 2005 - December 2005

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© 2005 Birne Gruppe, All Rights Reserved.

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This is Our Best of 2005

This Panorama is a QTVR reduction of the original DevalVR project, containing flash animations and sounds. Windows owners will be able to see it complete. You have to download the lightweight DevalVR viewer.

It is the first beta of an ongoing project, I believe one of the first fully drawn panorama. Photographed with pencil, for the very first time. Not a comic book nor a cartoon. The first try in developing a new media, for telling stories with pencils, brushes and fantasy.

Who made it:

This panorama is also a workgroup "first attempt". The newly born "BIRNE GRUPPE", in Venice, Italy. Featuring: Luca Zanazzi at pencils and artwork, as well as in music composing and playing. Luca Vascon as idea management, animations, 3D works, panoramic knowledge and engineering. Stefania Zangrando as finding ways to build it up with PTgui, using Acad and making the logo, animation help. Chiara Masiero Sgrinzatto in photoshop retouching, logo making, color proofing and animating.

Aside to the physical group other people were working side by side with us: Fiero Deval developed a new version of the DevalVR player just for allowing the possibilities we dreamt for this panorama (to be further developed in direction of a more involving and complete interaction) Yuval Levy in continuous supporting and helping for various coding, hosting etcetera....

Location

Europe / Italy

Lat: 45° 26' 4" N
Long: 12° 21' 9" E

Elevation: 0

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

OpenStreetMap: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Equipment

Hardware: Luca Zanazzi's hand, a lot of paper, -F- pencil and eraser, a flatbed scanner for the panorama, a Canon A80 remoted for mice animations (thanx to a Manfrotto 190PRO 90 degrees column capabilities), 4 PC computers.
Software: Our minds, Sketch up, Autocad, PTgui 5.6, a lot of Photoshop, PTgui again, Magix Music Studio, a bit of Illustrator Cool Edit Pro, Pano2QTVR Pro, DevalVR player/editor, Macromedia Flash MX, the un-substitutable Irfan View.
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