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"and how old is that publicity ... i mean ... a computer with a wired mouse ...*gulp*"
Anyone saying about how much it costs, Sky TV and Vodafone are incredible wealthy. 10000 pound is a drop in the ocean to them. And to thos not in the know, UK pound coins are quite thick, and fairly easy to stand on edge, so It`s likely real, although I don`t know. I`ve just tried this with 7 pound and it worked, but thats a little different..
also, lol KMeTG!
I actually liked the sound ^^;;
And yes, im glad it was make for a add ... because no one have that much free time and is that much bored to set up that much money on a floor >.> (and other furniture)
That`s a lot of money!! :-D
He shouldhave just come on this site :-D lol
Nice to know someone has this much time on their hands.
Also, DragonSageX, you are silly wrong. The coins "pausing" for a brief second is an indication that they are real, not that they are animated. Unless you put extra work in it, digitally animated things always end up too smooth. Also, it doesn`t look like CG at all. Also, it would probably be cheaper to get 10,000 1-pound coins and pay a few guys to set it up and a camera crew to film it than it would be to hire a guy to do it in CG.
Ok ok. I don`t know my ass from my elbow. Better go wipe my elbow.
"Hi, can you change this 10,000 pound note into 1 pound coins please?"
Still dosn`t change the fact that it`s cool though
I expect they did do it in sections, rather than one long train. It would be near impossible to do all that without losing your mind every time it all falls down before you finish it :-P But its still mesmerising to watch after they`ve edited it
Since this was an ad, the agency probably commissioned someone to get 10,000 coins, set them up, professionally shoot the event, etc.
[spoiler] About half way through, I was watching it, trying to see what kind of a coin it was, or roughly what size it is. I got a quarter here I can set on it`s edge, but..even that`s a bitch to set up. I started to watch it a bit more closely, and I dunno. It started to look more and more fake. Maybe `cause of the excessive camera changes, but what put me over the edge was the way the coins seemed to pause for a brief second, as if it were being digitally animated. Like I said, I don`t know. But with that many cuts in the camera shots, maybe they just set up each segment and filmed them individually?[/spoiler]