Your place among us! The new image videos of Corvinus were made with the participation of our students
Sphere, kinetic pendulum, Rube Goldberg machine. How do these objects relate to Corvinus? All three structures are one way or another a symbol of talent, creativity, innovative thinking, and strength and perseverance.
Sphere, kinetic pendulum, Rube Goldberg machine. How do these objects relate to Corvinus? All three structures are one way or another a symbol of talent, creativity, innovative thinking, and strength and perseverance. Corvinus is a university where these values are at the center, so it’s no coincidence that the stories of our now-made image films, which fit our new image, have also been shaped by these thoughts.
Here are some interesting facts from behind the scenes of filmmaking:
The total filming day lasted a total of 13 hours.
The actors in the videos are all BSC students of Corvinus Communication and Media Studies: Barnabás Benyovszky, Dániel Jávor and Ina Ivanova.
Barni Benyovszky had to give a semi-final presentation just between the two stages of filming, and as the filming site, in the staircase was being under, he was forced to go to the top of the building, so he held the lecture in the rain.
The Rube Goldberg structure seen in the “We Can Only Be the Best Together” video was put together from about 200 elements by a colleague of the video agency’s dtp operator. It took more than 3 hours to build the structure.
The Sphere seen in the English-language spot is the first known convex and homogeneous body with a stable and an unstable equilibrium point. It doesn’t matter how we lay it down, it always returns to its single stable equilibrium point. The Sphere was discovered by Péter Várkonyi and Gábor Domokos, lecturers of the Department of Strength and Structural Engineering, Faculty of Architecture, BUTE, and the subject was chosen as one of the seventy most interesting ideas of the New York Times in 2007.