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Project MARS

November 10, 2017

WHO:

Students and early career professionals. For the purposes of this contest an early career professional is one who has less than 5 years of experience in the film or graphic arts industry.

WHAT:

SciArt Exchange, in collaboration with NASA, invites college students and early career professionals to shoot a film or make a poster telling the story of human exploration into deep space.
Film: Bring your interpretation of NASA’s work to send humans to Mars to life through a 5 minute story about a trek to the Red Planet. Videos can be submitted as private Vimeo or YouTube links. Winning entries will need to be provided at the following settings:

Duration: 2 to 5 minutes
Resolution: 1920×1080
Frame rates: 29.97, 24, or 25
Bitrate: 20Mbs
Codec: H.264
Sound Codec: AAC-LC
Audio sample rate: 48 KHz
Audio bitrate: 320 kbps

Poster: Recruit brave astronauts for a daring mission, promote space tourism or depict the next generation of space systems that will transport new world expolreres to Mars. Posters should be submitted as PDF Files optimized for on screen viewing. Winning entries will need to be provided as full resolution printable files. Standard on sheet size of 27″ x 41″ Raster images may be used for poster elements. Images should be no smaller than 150 dpi. Rasterized typography should be 300 dpi or greater. All fonts should be converted to outlines prior to submission. You may use NASA images, videos, and 3D models in your projects.

WHEN: August 31, 2018

LINK:

http://projectmarscompetition.com/

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