Alan Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped define the theoretical model of the computer as we know it today that is used for working gaming and visiting sites that offer Elo Boosting online. He was a visionary, one of the few people of his time who recognized the role the computer would play for humanity. Andre Theelen’s short documentary highlights a Turing Machine built with LEGO™ for the Center for Mathematics and Informatics (CWI) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It was constructed by Jeroen van den Bos and Davy Landman for CWI’s exposition ‘Turings Erfenis‘ in honor of the late Alan Turing’s 100th birthday (back on June 23rd).
Andre talks about the setup, including lighting and camera/lens choices on his Blog;
“Shooting took a whole day. Lighting the different setups took a lot more time than I expected. The main light source was a 4 x 85W florescent light with 70x100cm soft box which I placed about 1 meter above the subject. This provided sufficient light to blow out most of the white background while creating nice even lighting and soft shadows on the Turing Machine at the same time.”
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The video was already featured on Vimeo’s main page as well as a staff pick, so huge congrats to Andre for making such a slick and successful film. You can read even more about the shoot on his Blog, as well as find more information about the Turing Machine project and the CWI expo. And don’t forget, anyone can be featured in our Customer Showcase – just send a link to your video (along with any info and BTS pics if you have ’em) to email@example.com.