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Bouncy Trouncy Flouncy Pouncy : 250,000 Bouncing Balls In San Francisco Streets

 
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Bouncy Trouncy Flouncy Pouncy : 250,000 Bouncing Balls In San Francisco Streets
This is ancient but it made for an amazing sight!

Sony announced the arrival of the BRAVIA LCD and 3LCD range, with a short film featuring coloured bouncing balls (real time)
bouncing down the streets of Russian Hill in San Francisco.
The message conveyed? The colour we’ll see on these screens will be ‘like no other’.

[link to theinspirationroom.com]



The launch of the BRAVIA was supported by an advertising campaign, with a commercial featuring 250,000 brightly colored rubber balls
(real, not computer-generated) bouncing down a San Francisco street.
The idea was brought to life by director Nicolai Fuglsig with the help of Los Angeles-based special effects guru Barry Conner.

In addition to the 12 air mortars, Conner deployed three giant skips, each lifted 50 feet into the air and containing 35,000 colored bouncy balls.
The first shot required 50,000 balls to be sent cascading down a hill, colliding at a road junction with a further 50,000 that had been fired along a side street.

A team of 50 interns was on hand to gather up the balls for the six takes it took in the more than four days to film the advertisement.
Golf nets were erected at the sides of the street and every drain was blocked.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Re: Bouncy Trouncy Flouncy Pouncy : 250,000 Bouncing Balls In San Francisco Streets
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Re: Bouncy Trouncy Flouncy Pouncy : 250,000 Bouncing Balls In San Francisco Streets
:elephant1:







I luv ya the same, with or whitout thouse 250.000 bouncing balls in wherever

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Re: Bouncy Trouncy Flouncy Pouncy : 250,000 Bouncing Balls In San Francisco Streets
BILLNO MAKE A NEW THREAD, YA!...
















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new avatar... new thread... ohyeah2
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That is amazing, thank you! hf
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Re: Bouncy Trouncy Flouncy Pouncy : 250,000 Bouncing Balls In San Francisco Streets
This is ancient but it made for an amazing sight!

Sony announced the arrival of the BRAVIA LCD and 3LCD range, with a short film featuring coloured bouncing balls (real time)
bouncing down the streets of Russian Hill in San Francisco.
The message conveyed? The colour we’ll see on these screens will be ‘like no other’.

[link to theinspirationroom.com]



The launch of the BRAVIA was supported by an advertising campaign, with a commercial featuring 250,000 brightly colored rubber balls
(real, not computer-generated) bouncing down a San Francisco street.
The idea was brought to life by director Nicolai Fuglsig with the help of Los Angeles-based special effects guru Barry Conner.

In addition to the 12 air mortars, Conner deployed three giant skips, each lifted 50 feet into the air and containing 35,000 colored bouncy balls.
The first shot required 50,000 balls to be sent cascading down a hill, colliding at a road junction with a further 50,000 that had been fired along a side street.

A team of 50 interns was on hand to gather up the balls for the six takes it took in the more than four days to film the advertisement.
Golf nets were erected at the sides of the street and every drain was blocked.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


 Quoting: Waif & Stray

Not surprised, we all know how much Sanfran loves balls.





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