Filmed on location in the Rainforests of Eastern Peru. I was on a tour run by Rainforest Expeditions (http://www.perunature.com)
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The camera we used is the Phantom Miro 320S
The footage we obtained was incredible. I'll demonstrate that in upcoming videos.
Thanks to Rainforest Expeditions for inviting me down, if you'd like to go down to the Amazon Rainforest and see all of this for yourself check them out at http://www.perunature.com
Phil Torres is the Conservation Biologist in the video who was wise enough to bring his books to the middle of the jungle! You can tweet Phil (http://www.twitter.com/phil_torres)
The music is an original work by Gordon McGladdery of A Shell in the Pit, who went to Peru with me.
Gordon had to pay for his flight down to Peru and hasn't made his money back yet.
Please donate something in exchange for his awesome work!
Jeremiah Warren helped me with wing the animation (moving wing and thorax):
Alexander Spenny was kind enough to my request via twitter and created the Wasp and Dragonfly face. I think they're great.
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Yes, I misspelled ODONATA on the title screen. Yes it bothers me.
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