Move or Die: Digital Animation – Workshop open to all AA students.

A 30-second exposure to vacuum is likely to cause permanent physical damage.
It takes between nine and 12 seconds for deoxygenated blood to reach the brain, but we can fully recover if pressure is restored within 90 seconds.
Astronauts can't survive more than ten minutes unassisted after returning to Earth.
The military define one to four days as short-term survival in wilderness. 15 minutes is the maximum time for surviving in freezing water. Ambulance response time averages five minutes.
You have one minute and 20 seconds.

Over four days we explored digital animation techniques swinging in between 3d animation and motion graphics operations. Each one minute and 20 seconds motion piece became part of a "FastFastForward" Exhibition for the AA's Open Week event.

Participants: Hessa AlBader, Ali Asad, Will Gowland, Soonil Kim, Alexander Laing, Samantha Lee, Francesco M. Belfiore,
Maria Panagiota-Brewster, Mond Qu, Ashkan Sadeghi, Horatiu Valcu.
Delivered by: Oliviu Lugojan-Ghenciu
Architectural Association (AA) School of Architecture.
Date: 6th to 9th of February 2012
Time: 10:00:00
Venue: AA's '39 FFF' / 39 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3ES.
Contact*: motion@aaschool.ac.uk
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