We are experimenting with new ways of combining video games, concert visuals and audience interaction. At our show, your smartphone will be your joystick that allows you to control a character in the multi-player game that is projected behind the band. Your opponents or friends are somewhere in the crowd around you, and the band is playing the soundtrack.
7bit Hero recently played at the incredible PAX AUS which saw 40,000 people attend, Festival of Voices in Tasmania and QUT’s robot festival, Robotronica. Their song Come on. Stand out was nominated at the Q Music awards for best pop song.
Video Clip Arranged and Written by Hans van Vliet Produced by Hans van Vliet and Caleb James Recorded and Mixed by Caleb James Mastered by Matt Grey
Video Clip Original song written by Tadashi Kimijima, Zuntata Arranged, Mixed and Recorded by Hans van Vliet
Demonstration Directed: Jaymis Loveday and Hans van Vliet Edited and Written: Hans van Vliet VFX, Animation, Compositing and Grading: IV Motion
Video Clip Directed, DoP and Edited by: Jaymis Loveday Written by: Hans van Vliet and Jaymis Loveday Visual Effects, Animation, Compositing and
Music Clip Written by: Hans van Vliet Mixed by:Hans van Vliet and Mark Dollin Mastered by: Hans van Vliet
Hello Seattle! You’re looking lovely today. My isn’t it windy? Tonight we want to hug
Tim won a competition a while back to preview our video clip and track that we are releasing this
Our music has been placed in Season 4 Episode 1 of PA – The series. We are pretty chuffed
As we start the new year I wanted to update the video game band image to reflect the new look. The
Who’s pete? I’m glad you asked. He is a very talented animator! We have a close
Thank you scott for having nice things to say but also for typing your thoughts out for us to turn
This is our free single “Hey you! A flappy bird lament”. It is from our music-video
Here is how an illien will point to an object that it wants or tell you where it wants to go.
Tonight took way longer then expected. Still trying to get everything set up so I can capture what