Filmmakers Niko Pueringer and Sam Gorski of Corridor Digital have created an interactive 360 YouTube video that allows you to play a real life version of the classic Where’s Waldo? puzzle game. Corridor Digital shot their entire video with a GoPro camera and then stitched it all together with Kolor software.
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The Slow Mo Guys teamed up with the filmmakers at Corridor Digital to capture awesome live action footage of a thirsty vault dweller (Gavin Free) performing slow motion Fallout style kills with his sniper rifle for a bottle of Nuka-Cola. His faithful dog has the last laugh though.
Niko Pueringer from Corridor Digital mounted a GoPro camera to the end of arrow and fired it repeatedly at his friend Wren Weichman before taking a few hits himself. After filming multiple shots with the unique camera mount, Pueringer stabilized the footage from the GoPro in flight which created an interested spinning effect.
The filmmakers at Corridor Digital used a Samsung Gear 360 camera to create a live-action, special effected filled version of Super Mario Galaxy that follows Mario and Luigi as they jump from planet to planet and attempt to save Princess Peach.
Filmmakers at Corridor Digital and Node Studios recently teamed up with Clinton Jones to create a short film where they turn a normal day at the baseball diamond into an awesome live-action anime style baseball game. It’s filled with plenty of anime intensity, music, surprises, and spectacular power ups.
Niko Pueringer and Sam Gorski of Corridor Digital have created a new video where they explain why some action scenes in movies suck and what is actually needed to make a good action scene. Fans of Corridor Digital can help support their work on Patreon.
“Darth Santa” is the latest special effects video by Corridor Digital that follows a festive Darth Vader who amuses himself by destroying Christmas presents, decorations, homes, and a young Padawan‘s heart. The holidays have never known the power of the dark side… until now. Corridor Digital also shared behind-the-scenes footage showing how the holiday special…
Filmmakers Niko Pueringer and Sam Gorski of Corridor Digital have created a new special effects-filled video where an ordinary man acquires the power to turn everything he touches into LEGO. He has a blast with his new power until he takes it way too far.