'The Museum' / Lumion Challenge Finalists

‘The Museum’ / Lumion Challenge Finalists

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December 3, 2012 |  by  |  Challenges & Giveaways
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‘The Museum’ / Lumion 3D Animation Challenge has ended recently and I am very proud to present the results of the finalists of this special Architectural Visualization Challenge dedicated specifically to the use of the Realtime 3D Visualization Design & Presentation Tool – Lumion, featuring the Neue National Gallery. I enjoyed this event very much, even more so due to the introduction of animation to the mix with the help of Lumion. Go ahead and have a closer look at the submitted animations as the Jury finalizes the decision-making process.

The finalists (in no particular order)

Below is the list of all the qualifying finalists with links to their forum threads so you can visit and follow all their progress from start to finish. On the right side you can see what major software each one used in the process of creating their images, other than Lumion.

  • 3dsmax, PS
  • AE
  • SketchUP, C4D, PS
  • AE
  • 3dsmax, PS, AE
  • ArchiCAD, SketchUP, FinalCUT
  • 3dsmax, AE, PS, CrazyBump

Here are the finalists animations…

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5 comments
john borsberry
john borsberry

machinarium music on 7daysguy :) great work all 

JeromeGonsolin
JeromeGonsolin

@john borsberry  

Good to see wa have experts in the audience! 

I totaly forgot to mention the music copyrights of this great game: sorry for that !

TrulsOlufsenMehus
TrulsOlufsenMehus like.author.displayName 1 Like

Got to love the mood and atmosphere in these animations! Congratulations to all, you are all winners!

castronevis
castronevis

Things I loved 

Wenjun Yu for strong emotive quality through video editing 

Michael Betke for good exterior entourage details

Felipe Roo Clefas for gorgeous exterior environments and just sheer work done...

AND anything with LUMION and AE....great partnership IMO

micarstens
micarstens

Thanks guys, although I´m not a big fan of the Lumion look, i enjoyed that very much....

I started the Museum challenge, but couldn´t finish it, also because I just couldn´t allow myself to touch the museum, having bad dreams about Mies´revenge. Thats why I really appreciate how light weighted (and I really mean that in a positive way) the projects work with the structure.

Especially the 4thwall project (Apostoles?) is great, since it changes the setting, It totally reminds me of the cuba project, where Mies projected for Bacardi in the first place: 

http://arquitectura-cuba.blogspot.de/2009/04/edificio-bacardi-en-santiago-de-cuba-i.html

I only missed the Bacardi song...

very nice , guys, keep it up...

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