Mr Walker Consultant Ophthalmologist FRCOphth
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Perception in 3D
June 21, 2020
Just about everything enjoyable in life is captured within this captivating video.
This isn't just good. It's exceptionally fantastic.
Show stopping! Life inspiring! Buy me in now!
Andy Yoong has a glowing gift of showing off the best of human spirit & nature in...
December 27, 2019
A video of incredible imageography, worthy of close study, humbly understated as merely a demo video by Samsung.
Matched by a great song by Antoinette Halliday & Louise Dowd: My Symmetry.
Let the second half play out in a historical comparison:
From the first r...
December 26, 2019
In everything we see we seek to understand.
Interpretation is not always easy. It can be a puzzle, a varied mystery.
As Rebel Overlay put it:
'We explore light, animation and illusion to create enthralling, immersive audio-visual experiences and artworks that seek to chal...
November 30, 2019
Of texture, movement and noise, that is.
In sight & sound, we get used to things being a certain way.
The brain takes certain liberties, and perceives what it expects.
It is, therefore, good every now and then to experience the weird and wonderful.
As a means to heighten...
November 22, 2019
An outstanding leap beyond skilled delivery. Perhaps the future of Powerpoint.
Forget for a moment (that this a class leading advert from BMW) - and enjoy the pure art of persuasion.
Less is more, but I'll take more of this.
A tour de force in how to get your message...
November 17, 2019
On the stage or screen (not slit-lamp): Shakespearean.
This post needs a film score - open Read More - play second video simultaneously for maximum effect.....(only thereafter, watch third and fourth videos).
Look. It's what the directors wanted.
Usually a dramatic moment...
September 21, 2019
Beautifully shot. Beautifully sung.
Rest in Peace Avincii. Keep searching, Tim.