Robbie Dingo: Machinima Master

For those of you who enjoyed “Watch the World’s” during Tuesday’s lecture, here are some more SL machinima works by Robbie Dingo.



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PhD Student, Human-Computer Interaction and Design School of Informatics @ Indiana University
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4 Responses to Robbie Dingo: Machinima Master

  1. Kevin Makice says:

    This isn’t a SL machinima piece, but my favorite bit of Dingoism is the Ant Concert.

  2. Tyler Pace says:

    I might have to revise the title to “new media master.”

    It’s one thing to have an explosive one hit wonder like Numa Numa, but Robbie regularly produces films that set new standards for my machinima and new media expectations.

  3. laurabrunetti says:

    When I saw the Masks piece, I immediately thought of Michael Jackson’s Black or White, which is often cited to be the first to use the face-morphing technique. I would make the claim that it is probably the most famous example of it. The actual face morphing doesn’t happen until about the last minute.

    It would be cool to try and compare that clip with the machinima one and explore their characteristics (structurally, the syntagms and paradigms) and impact (phenomenologically).

  4. Robbie Dingo says:

    Many thanks for considering my work in your discussions. I’m very flattered!


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