A shortfilm filmed in (Renaix)
camera DJI Osmo By Kurt Govaerts
music: Bensound slowmotion Alex_Che_-_Epic_Cinematic_Trailer Podington_Bear_-_Vector_Melody Vector Melody - Podington Bear
A great thanks to Peter McKinnon who inspired me to play around with B-roll footage
On nous donne les coordonnées de vecteurs et il faut les tracer dans un repère donné.
TRADUCTION : One gives us the co-ordinates of vectors and they should be traced in a given reference mark.
Nous voulons calculer les coordonnées d'un vecteur à partir des coordonnées des points.
TRADUCTION : We want to calculate the co-ordinates of a vector starting from the co-ordinates of the points.
Nous voulons calculer les coordonnées d'un vecteur à partir des coordonnées des points
TRADUCTION : We want to calculate the co-ordinates of a vector starting from the co-ordinates of the points
Let us seek the point which misses starting from the equality of 2 vectors
The W2 was the first model from Vector, and was never put into production,but this famous prototype helped in the introduction of the W8, the following, updated model that actually made it into production...
*******live.pirillo**** - When you resize a small image to make it larger, it tends to run the color together, and makes the edges jaggy or blurry. By turning a photo into Vector art, you get rid of those little imperfections.
Vector II schubeler electric fan
Vector Motors Corporation is an automobile manufacturer originally based in Wilmington, California. Its history can be traced to Vehicle Design Force which was founded in 1971 by Gerald Wiegert. Vehicle production began in 1989 and ceased in the 1990s. The company was recently revived (as Vector Motors Corporation), and is currently developing a new supercar. Vector is credited as America's first attempt to compete with European performance car manufacturers like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Lotus.
The WX-3 cost $1,000,000 to build and can be considered to be Wiegert's dream car. Even though the W8 was flawed, most of the flaws that plagued it were worked out in the WX-3. Wiegert planned for the WX-3 to go in production, but Megatech bought Vector and fired Wiegert. Wiegert initiated several lawsuits and copyrighted the designs, stamping out any hopes of the WX-3 of going in production. Originally the WX-3 Coupe was painted silver but was later re-painted in an aquablue/green color in which it remains today. Wiegert had also planned a roadster version of the WX-3, named WX-3R, which would have shared all its mechanical components with its closed top cousin. Like the model it was based on, the WX-3R did not pass prototype stage. Both versions were shown at the 1993 Geneva Auto Show.
The M12 shared a similar design with the WX-3. The WX-3 had been outfitted with enough space to accommodate an eight-cylinder engine. With the adaptation of the V-12 in the M12, the chassis needed re-engineering to accommodate the extra weight and horsepower. Due to its large size the rear was enlarged, the cockpit was moved further and the front was shortened.
In 1999, employee Tommy Suharto brought an end to the Vector Company due to embezzlement. Tommy had been considered by many as a 'playboy'. He was the son of President Suharto. Production ceased in 1999 when Vector could not pay for the Lamborghini engines and its other debts.
A debate:they may be very different from looks & pedigree point of view,but then both are stealth-like,rare,crazy,insanely fast,& holding two of the most provocative names in the auto world...the Lambo-Vector saga from the 80's & 90's continues,but this time,it may be the last chapter of this saga, if Vector doesn't pull it's act together & shape up in a better guise soon...