iPad Light Drawing – Making Future Magic

September 14th, 2010

Dentsu London, a creative communications agency, collaborated with BERG to visualize their “Making Future Magic” strategy in a movie. They decided to make a stop motion animation with light drawings made with an iPad. The result is amazing! At the beginning they explain the process, but the real video starts at 1:40.

Some tests.

14 Responses to “iPad Light Drawing – Making Future Magic”

  1. Maiko Says:


  2. Jonas Says:

    Such an amazing example of what happens with new things + new technology. Looks fancy and nice, but says absolutely nothing. Viva the content-less generation.

  3. Flavster Says:

    amazing !!!!

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  8. Mason Says:

    So brilliant it gave me shivers!

  9. Peter Says:

    Idea is better than the execution, unfortunately. Earnest ad types trying to imbue meaning to a meaningless tagline, with a resulting movie that is too long. The stills look better than the final piece.

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  12. Garrett Says:

    Simple ideas can lead to great results. This is a good example of that.

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