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Tuesday Odds and Ends

 

-Creative studio ACNE has added a trio of interactive directors including music producer Drasko Vucevic, animation and effects vet Chris Gardner and Eskil Steenberg. link

-Venice, CA-based prodco Backyard has opened up a new full-service office in Cape Town, dubbed Backyard SA.

-Speaking of openings, NYC-based experience design firm Sub Rosa has opened up the latest version of its “GE Garages” in Chicago. link

-On the prodco end once again, Chris Hughlett and Aaron Rosenbloom have launched live action production studio California Amish. link

-Pigeons star in Mullen’s new campaign for JetBlue (above), which first debuted in the agency’s Boston market and has now expanded to the airline’s hometown of New York. link; link

-WFMU host/commercial and music video director Tom Scharpling has joined the roster of Arts & Sciences.

-So, who’s taking part in Canada’s 2013 Agency Wars? link

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Knicks Mask Mediocrity with Cool 3D Projection Mapping Intro

Don’t get us wrong, we have high hopes for the New York Knicks, but like the Mets, they always seem to disappoint. So while we await the eventual first-round playoff loss, let’s revel in this nifty pre-game intro that comes to us from film/digital production studio The Famous Group. According to those in the know, the Knickerbockers are the first professional U.S. sports team to showcase 3D projection mapping technology at a game.

TFG utilized tools including a Canon 5d Mark II Projector and HDMI Breakout Monitor (followed by post work in After Effects and Maya among other software) to fully realize this effort, which marks the second cool digital project that Carmelo Anthony‘s been involved with in the last few months. Now, can we at least get 40 wins in this shortened season? Credits after the jump.

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