Call for Videos

“Carrara Robotics” by Jelle Feringa (Odico) and Lucas Terhall (Hyperbody). Submitted through the Rob|Arch 2014 Call for Videos with 158.000 playbacks so far.

Rob|Arch 2016 – Call for Videos

Every two years, as part of the Rob|Arch conference on robotic fabrication in architecture, art, and design, we send out a Call for Videos and publish the best submissions on the Robots in Architecture Vimeo channel. The videos of the past years were accessed more than 1.3 million times, making the Vimeo channel a central hub for anyone investigating new and exciting robotic applications.

As part of this year’s Rob|Arch we are again asking architects, designers, researchers, artists and anyone else working with robots in a creative way to submit their videos as part of the Rob|Arch 2016 Call for Videos.

A multidisciplinary jury will view all videos and select the best submissions. The accepted videos will be properly referenced at all times and displayed without any advertisements. One initial still image will be added for each video, stating the title, author, and a Rob|Arch 2016 logo.

The videos will also be publicly shown to an expert-audience at the Rob|Arch 2016 Conference in Sydney.

We invite everyone to submit a video, including authors of Rob|Arch 2016 papers who want to showcase their projects.

DEADLINE: February 26th, 2016

In order to submit a video, please send an eMail with the following information to robots@robotsinarchitecture.org

Subject: Call for Videos – [VIDEOTITLE]

Video Release: Download the release from HERE and sign the filled form. Attach a digital copy.

Video: Do not attach the video file, but include a download link. This can be a video host where the download of the source files is allowed (e.g. Vimeo, depending on the video’s settings), a public link to a cloud storage provider (OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox…), a webservice like WeTransfer, or a link to a direct FTP server. We will not use any third-party tools to “rip” YouTube videos. Please take the technical requirements (below) into account.

Authors: List of authors. Please use the following format: M. Smith, J. Doe… Take care to include everyone involved in a project.

Company/University (where applicable)

Description: A video description of max. 250 words

Link: Can be a link to the company/university, or to a specific webpage relevant to the project. Max. 3 links per video.

Technical Requirements:

Please submit your videos in the highest possible quality with a resolution of at least 1280×720 pixel (HD), ideally in 1920×1080 (Full-HD). We recommend using the H.264 video codec with a bit rate of at least 8Mbps. This results in approximately 60MB per minute of video.

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