First attempt at subjective transcoding of audio into video using the ambient lapse technique, and first attempt at continuous ambient lapse. Continuous ambient lapse is different from previous discrete ambient lapse experiments in that it tries to recover inter-frame motion, making a final video that truly simulates long-exposure photography.
Shot in infrared around 5am near Prospect Park, while listening to the audio ("A Good Man is Hard to Find" by Sufjan Stevens) slowed down to a sixth of its length. All processing is done in Max with Jitter instead of Processing.
My favorite parts are some of the quick scene changes and steady view shifts (around the tree, down a path). I'd like to try this again somewhere with more motion -- especially where there are lots of people.