Fallingwater computer video

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Fallingwater computer video

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I could only get half of it to load, but it is absolutely fantastic. Best I have ever seen of this kind of presentation. Lots of work and creativity went into this.

Thanks for posting this.
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Post by SDR »

Others (Mac users ?) are having technical difficulties with this as well. Not sure what the problem is. It loads fine on my new iMac 17".

My complaint with the video is that the exterior segments are abbreviated (all those lap dissolves). But it's pretty nice anyway !

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Post by Paul Ringstrom »

I agree that this video was one of the best I have ever seen. It ranks right up there with the video fly-thru of the Larkin Bldg that I saw about ten years ago. Maybe we can get him to do one of the Ennis House as Wright designed it, not as built.

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Post by SDR »

Yes !

I imagine you've seen this http://youtube.com/watch?v=Tqsk4WARk2I which has the benefit (?) of more realistic lighting (if by realistic you mean unaided by virtual electric lighting -- as if the house was toured after the apocalypse). . .and a curious audio loop of rushing water.

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Sorry -- Eterea have pulled the Fallingwater video from their site, apparently. Don't know what happened. . .

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Post by jlesshafft »

I have a copy of the eritrea video if anyone wants a copy. It's about 35mb.

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Post by SDR »

http://selectivevisibility.blogs.com/se ... nfull.html

Some other Wright videos as well. . .including a different and longer version of the "Runningwater" one, with a tour of the garage structure and views of the upper drive -- to a jazzy soundtrack.

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Post by SDR »

Another chance to see the Eterea viceo:

http://www.etereaestudios.com/docs_html ... _index.htm#

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Post by DavidC »

Thanks, SDR.

I just watched the "YouTube" version (since the DivX one wouldn't load, for some unknown reason). Very well made and I really enjoyed all the varying perspectives.


David

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