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  12 December 2009
Zerebrale Dichotomie (Animated Short)


Yes or No? "Zerebrale Dichotomie" - a non-scientific approach to explain how important decisions are made.

A student project, produced at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria.

official website

hope you like it!


Last edited by floju : 12 December 2009 at 03:52 AM.
  12 December 2009
That was awesome! Great concept and execution. Your textures/rendering are really well done. Good job!
Sam Baker
  12 December 2009
Thank you Sam, I'm glad to hear that.
and btw, nice reel

  12 December 2009
I liked it very much. Pretty awesome characters and a funny story
  12 December 2009
Very funny, and well executed.

Unfortunately for all you non austrian german speaking guys here, you are missing a lot

btw, i know hagenberg only for its IT related courses. Do you have any media courses as well ?
  12 December 2009
Really like the concept!

And materials/lighting very nice as well.
I especially liked the shaders on the froggy looking guy.
  12 December 2009
Thank you guys, I really appreciate it!

There will be a making-of video available soon. stay tuned!

  12 December 2009
thx, appreciate it.

there's now a making-of available here:


  12 December 2009
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