Dot, a tiny stop motion film shot on a cell phone
"The folks at Sumo Science produced this awesome short film, Dot, as an advertisement for Nokia. The whole thing was made using a cell phone, custom microscope attachment, a homebrew precision motion table, microscopic 3d printed models, and a lot of skill and time. I especially enjoyed the making-of video that shows the amount of craft that went into producing it:"
- VES Forum
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