Monthly Archives: May 2014

30 seconds on Jackson and State

As announced in this post, I’ve animated the sequence, with time replacing the Y axis. You’ve got to see this full screen for the best effect.

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More time-slicing fun

This is probably one of the most surreal images that the¬†video-to-slit-shutter technique has produced so far: Can’t wait to see what it looks like animated. UPDATE¬†– the wait is over.

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Calatrava funny

I’m sure I’m hellbound for my irreverence, but I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of going back to this:  

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Time-sliced and animated

I’m going to have to rethink the time-slicing terminology, as it’s already commonly used for Matrix-like effects (suspended fight scenes, etc.). Any suggestions? Anyway, here is the animated version of the previous post’s first image:

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Time-sliced L train

Blue line L train arriving at the Monroe platform on Friday night:  

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