A collection of short video experiments by Takahiko Iimura
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Combining the comical and the absurd, Iimura uses six funny faces to animate the visual images of six Japanese vowels in the Japanese and Roman alphabets. For the animation, the video images of the face were manipulated by System G, a real-time 3D texture mapping developed by Sony.
1993, color, sound, 7min
|Format||DVD NTSC region-free|
|Original format||16mm, VHS, Mini DV|
|Publisher||Takahiko Iimura Media Arts Institute|
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