Author Archives: Tomas Uribe

About Tomas Uribe

Composer & Media Entrepreneur from Bogota, Colombia. Full time bass player and producer, film score composer, video and documentary maker, social and digital media writer. Master of Arts in Media Studies at The New School University in New York.

Studio 2

  Using OpenCV and  Face and Edge Detection software, we had fun outputting some greeny photos.. Photos by Ben, Tomas, and Alex. Advertisements

Studio 2

  Using OpenCV and  Face and Edge Detection software, we had fun outputting some greeny photos.. Photos by Ben, Tomas, and Alex.

“Hopeless” by Psychic Twin (Music video by Tomas Uribe, Alex Gilwit, and Ben Fausch)

Directed by Tomas Uribe. Animations by Alex Gilwit. Edited by Ben Fausch. Co-directed by Alex Gilwit and Ben Fausch. Story:  This interactive music video, inspired by the song “Hopeless” by Brooklyn-based artist, Psychic Twin, tells the story of two longing

“Hopeless” by Psychic Twin (Music video by Tomas Uribe, Alex Gilwit, and Ben Fausch)

Directed by Tomas Uribe. Animations by Alex Gilwit. Edited by Ben Fausch. Co-directed by Alex Gilwit and Ben Fausch. Story:  This interactive music video, inspired by the song “Hopeless” by Brooklyn-based artist, Psychic Twin, tells the story of two longing

The Usurping

Studio 6  (week 8)   We used the Kinect to produce different image and RGB filters producing several images and then a video showed from different angles.  The studio post by agilwit corresponds to Studio 5, where we went off

The Usurping

Studio 6  (week 8)   We used the Kinect to produce different image and RGB filters producing several images and then a video showed from different angles.  The studio post by agilwit corresponds to Studio 5, where we went off

Drone flying (Week 5 and 6)

We shot this film with Parrot footage, a drone controlled by the simulator app and also the ROS and computer keyboard hacks. It was all done in the 79 Fifth Avenue building, at the School of Media Studies. Footage by Alex,

Drone flying (Week 5 and 6)

We shot this film with Parrot footage, a drone controlled by the simulator app and also the ROS and computer keyboard hacks. It was all done in the 79 Fifth Avenue building, at the School of Media Studies. Footage by Alex,

HDR experiments

Taken with the vintage-edition camera. Photos by Ben, Alex, and Tomas.

HDR experiments

Taken with the vintage-edition camera. Photos by Ben, Alex, and Tomas.