|memedumpster - 2014-01-25 |
I love these so much.
I keep waiting for the weird freaky alien to walk by at normal speed, then it looks at the camera, then they take me.
|Leviathant - 2014-01-25 |
I think you are confusing slitscan with high-speed video.
well, he makes his own cameras and he calls it a type of slit-scan. I know what you mean, but in this case I think it's incorrect terminology.
found some source here:
"Magyar uses cameras usually geared for photo-finish ; i.e. an instantaneous vertical screening of one pixel from a fixed point ; in order to capture not so much a few seconds but rather several (2 to 3) minutes of such urban landscapes. Thus , static objects become linear, whereas those in motion are pictures with relative degrees of reality as far as their motion-speed is concerned."
"Stainless also bears on the part of individuality that we profess. Thanks to a reprogrammed industrial quality slit-cam , modified to suit his needs, the Artist freezes the instant when subway wagons , still traveling at full speed, enter the station. "
Most slit-scan video we see these days is using the technique to create distortion for aesthetics. In this video he's using slit-scanning to make a very high speed video.
What I want to know is, why is it always drone music with these sorts of things?
|The Mothership - 2014-01-25 |
More, please. These are very pretty and calming, and also fantastic historical documents. These capture the zeitgeist.
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