August 9, 2010
For the last couple of months we’ve been building an interactive installation for Lufthansa’s media room in Esquire’s Ultimate Bachelor Pad. Invited guests will get the chance to virtually fly through clouds and three-dimensional worlds with our gesture technology.

Typically, the core of an interactive project is experienced through sight and sound. We knew in this particular case, the ultimate bachelor required something special. Since flying is such a sensory experience, we needed to… Read More
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July 22, 2010
We're quite pleased our panel discussion, Night of Luxurious Thinkers, had a great turnout. Panelists Ryan Jacoby, Mesh Flinders, Nihal Mehta and moderator, Torsten Gross (our Chief Strategy Officer) raised many questions regarding the gap between "offline and online," while throwing out there interesting ideas to ponder. If you need a recap, check… Read More
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July 20, 2010
Cramer-Krasselt selected Luxurious Animals as their digital partner to introduce the new 2011 Porsche Cayenne on www.cayenne.com.

The site includes beautiful 3D renders, an interactive floating wall of snapshots, user-generated "The New Utility" book, and seven original videos. Also be sure to head over to the Porsche Family Tree and share stories with other Porsche fans.
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July 1, 2010
Two years have flown by! This month marks the second year anniversary of Luxurious Animals and we are thrilled to have come so far. Along with the many proud projects we've crafted since our humble beginnings--not to mention our recent Cannes awards--we're excited to be soon featured on DIY Network. DIY, which were blown away by our technology, filmed at our studio this week as they've been following us for a TV special! So we celebrated all these good happenings and being age two to a fine feast and champagne.
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June 29, 2010
Recently, we had to work with several interlaced broadcast quality commercials, so we looked to one of Andrew Kramer's classic tutorials on how to deinterlace videos. The technique requires you to use an image of black and white lines as an Luma matte in After Effects to remove every other line in the picture, then use Directional blur to fill in the empty lines. It's the best method we've seen so far on… Read More
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