RIGS



ABOUT THE RIGS FILMS


Small Satellite Crane

Rig built for a film by Stanley Schtinter about the Dreamachine, the only artwork to be looked at with the eyes closed. In theory the flickering light locks on to the alpha rhythms of your brain and gives you a drug free high.

'Camera Obscura' Rig

Designed and built for the film ‘Camera Obscura’
(Rig video courtesy of John Wyver & Illuminations Productions)

Satelite Crane

Designed and built to shoot the film ‘Downside Up”
(Rig video courtesy of John Wyver & Illuminations Productions)

Horizontal Satelite Crane

Designed specially for a Toyota car commercial, this crane moves the camera through 180 degrees of a horizontal circular arc of 7 metre radius in just 4.5 seconds. The design ensures that the crane structure cannot be seen in the shot.

'Water Work' Rig

The periscope designed and built to make the film ‘Water Work’
(Rig video courtesy of John Wyver & Illuminations Productions)

'Wheel' Rig

The camera rig set-up for shooting the bicycle sequence in ‘A Short History of the Wheel’.
(Rig video courtesy of John Wyver & Illuminations Productions)

"To See" Rig

One of the set-ups for the hemispherical mirror rig used in making the film ‘To See’.
(Rig video courtesy of John Wyver & Illuminations Productions)