A symbolic building of Otani University, Jingen-kan (previous main building, also known as "Red Brick") turns a century in this year, since it had completed at Koyama Kyoto, and held a dedication ceremony. And we have now completed and introduce a short film for Jingen-kan's Centennial Anniversary. This short film is produced by "JINGEN100" project team, which our students of Humane Informatics Department Prof. Hiroshi Matsukawa's seminar join in the professional staff under the director Hiroshi Ban, advisor of Humane Informatics Department. Please enjoy the gentle, sometimes strict, and beautiful appearance of Jingen-kan watching over the students for a century, and the production of the students studying from scratch among the collaborative work with professionals and shooting photographs valiantly for a year.
To achieve a high-resolution and color expression transcending a usual video shooting, under the proposition how to capture its beautiful appearance and express the remembered scene of Jingen-kan which stands for a century, we use the "Timelapse" technique piecing together photographs shoot by the 36 Megapixels digital cameras, into a moving image. Timelapse technique has a characteristic restriction that can't move a point of view, but this time we combine various equipments and use "Motion Timelapse" technique that can move it. And, we lock a compressed biaxial timeline, transparent and deep color, and super high-definition detail into a film. Also in the post-production process, we lavishly use the latest technology such as 14bit (4.4 trillion colors) color correction, HDR (High Dynamic Range) image grading, and 4K resolution* editing.
画面は是非、HD・フルスクリーンモードにしてご覧下さい。 Please watch this short film in HD full screen mode.
※本ムービーはFull HD（1920×1080 pixel）でアップロードされています。 * This short film is uploaded in Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) resolution.