Although, at the end, in fine print, is the statement "Additional hardware used." That sounds like it wasn't all shot on iPads. . . .
More of a teaser than a short film, but it works -- definitely looking forward to seeing the full feature.
Not sure if it's fair to attach the term "low budget" to this, though, unless you're comparing it to something like Aliens. Maybe "relatively low budget?"
Looks like a tremendous resource. But when you say it's "still in its early stages of development" -- what exactly do you mean? Is the course not yet finished? Is it finished, but they're still trying to fix things? Seems like if you're going to start on a year-long endeavor like this, you'd want it to be closer to the late stages of development. . . .
Really impressive effort, and visually stunning. The relatively weak ADR really took me out of it though.
Call me cynical, but as long as there's money involved, there won't be a truly agnostic search. Google will eventually (if they haven't already) start selling adword spots for featured movies and shows, and likely figuring out a way to promote Google Play stuff over the other services. (Indeed, perhaps that explains some of the weird search results noted in the video.)
If ever there were a good example of why so many people are worried about drones for privacy reasons. . . .