A great trailer for Scott Crawford's documentary, Salad Days. I grew up during the same time in Orange County, California where a very similar scene was taking place against a starkly contrasting backdrop. The OC and DC worlds often collided at shows creating some of the most formative memories of my youth. I can not wait to see this film. It looks great.
Wired's website wrote a small article attempting to outline some of our work on our 3D color mapping and analysis software. Click on the image below to read further.
Check out the VCU public relations article on the 3D color mapping software we've been developing over the past couple of years.
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Beautiful. More into can be found on the project website here: http://www.asphyxia-project.com/
Official trailer for the film THE DAMNED: Don't You Wish That We Were Dead, the authorized documentary of the punk pioneers. Directed/produced by Wes Orshoski, the film features all four original members of the Damned (Captain Sensible, Dave Vanian, Brian James and Rat Scabies), plus appearances by Chrissie Hynde, Mick Jones, Steve Diggle, actor/comedian Fred Armisen, Nick Mason, Duff McKagan, Lemmy Kilmister , Keith Morris, Dexter Holland and many more. Shot around the world over the past four years, the film makes its debut at SXSW in March 2015. The third prong in the holy trinity of UK punk, with the Sex Pistols and the Clash, The Damned were the first U.K. punks to release a single ("New Rose") and album ("Damned Damned Damned"), and the first to tour the U.S. Having logged hits in the punk, new wave and goth eras, they are one of the only surviving bands from punk’s first wave.