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Jan 2, 2008 | 6:57 AM EST
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The animated series part for the Kollaps von der Roboter project (Collapsing Robots).
When working on your computer, hold on to your scalp!
The animated series part for the Kollaps von der Roboter project.
"The Worms Hazard" and "FINDING..." (as well as a few upcoming animations) are part of the project Kollaps von der Roboter...
The cartoon part tells the story of the Earth population being exterminated by various technological means...
The characters have been inspired by DEFA studio's movies starring Gojko Mitic =)
P.S. In fact, the predictions are supposed to be incoherent, mua-ha-ha-ha!
You can find the rest at kollapsvonrerroboter | dot | ru.

Reviews


TigerMTigerM

Rated 5 / 5 stars

10 Star [Tiger Here!]

Excellent animation work Kol Belov.
Fit music for the occasion DVAR.

The story is quite intriguing and very well done.

It seems that there are many users who view this vid with shallow views.

I am submitting 10 out of 10.

Although "Native Americans" being taken underground or into a network of Television or Computer Electronic Cords is a relatively new concept it would seem for some of our viewers--it is a visual analogy that roughly means, "The Current U.S. that is well known for big cities, technology and wealth; is built off the backs of the once-Natural and Balanced life "Native Americans" (some choose to still say it, so I will also mention ASA "Indians") lived upon.

In short, a Columbus "Discovered" America" [and slaughtered the Natives] analogy without the blood and gore or mention of Columbus.

Other references to videos like this include the background of the song "Tears" in the video game DDR Extreme, as well as countless movie, anime and song references around the world.

COME ON PEOPLE!

We're Thinkers!
Children of the Information's Age. ^_~*

There's a world full of knowledge out there right at the click of your fingertips.
Instead of "Watching to criticize" why not "Watch to be intrigued."

If you don't understand something, as School Instructors from
Elementary to College say: "Ask!"

And that's never been easier in today's ever growing world where
understanding virtually anything (from the references in this video
regarding Archeology, The Totem Pole & "The Contemporary U.S. Technology Take-Over" to how to create a video just like this! ^~*

All one should do these days in reference to question, is:
Point, click--look & read. :)

One may be surprised by how much since this video (or any other!) may make, once the references within are better understood.

Once again.
Great job K. Belov & DVAR!

Humbly,
-Tiger M. Gales


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JectoonsJectoons

Rated 4 / 5 stars

weird

This was strange. I like it though.... hey look! i'm the 100th review!
lol



NewbcakeNewbcake

Rated 5 / 5 stars

sweet

lol the animation was totaly awsome, but as many others already said the story made no sence at all, but that was the whole idea i guess, kinda liked it anyhows. music was emh.. a bit intressing.

anyhows: gj keep going



ZardomentZardoment

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

uhm

me no understand but 5/5 anyway


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NeverlightNeverlight

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOW...

Have you done art skool or something....
this shit is really artistic.... you should really show this stuff to an artistic skool
they'll take you in most definitly...

ignore the above if you are an artist..

well it's original it's artistic it's wel animated and i like the music...

it deserves the 10/10