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    Cityscape Chicago is a personal timelapse piece consisting of over 30,000 still photographs shot on the Canon 5D Mark III incrementally between July and October 2012 around downtown Chicago, Illinois.

    The inspiration of this piece was my fascination with the city of Chicago, particularly at night. For me, there has always been a mysterious sort of feeling to Chicago at night, so I decided to explore and capture it.

    Special thanks to Kessler Crane for the motion control equipment used in the making of this video.
    KesslerCrane.com

    Also, thank you to Hotel 71 and the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago
    Hotel71.com
    HardRockHotelChicago.com

    Music:
    "Transcendence" by 'The American Dollar' | facebook.com/theamericandollar
    Download a free compilation of 9 of their best tracks here: http://tinyurl.com/freeAMD

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    Copyright: Eric Hines Photography

    This video may not be used without permission. Embedding this video into a commercial website is not permittable without the consent of Eric Hines Photography.

    YouTube 4K: youtube.com/watch?v=eZjmjT5SLYs

    Licensing Details - Available in 4K
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  2. An experiment with time remap. In fact just changed the cam : it was filmed with a Canon 7D at 60fps, making it really more smooth !

    it was recorded as a funny pause while working on the performance "Cinematique" (vimeo.com/amcb/cinematique)... but this short dance is actually not in the show.
    You can try it in real time in an exhibition called XYZT (vimeo.com/amcb/xyzt).

    Just to explain : we have not invented this effect, we have just developed it to work on GPU at 60fps as a Quartz Composer plug in, it is based on sculpting of a 3D texture.
    It's made with a custom Quartz Composer plug-in that transform a video stream in a 3D texture.
    It can run at 60fps live at lower resolution (1024x512)

    AFAIK the effect was discovered accidentally by a photograph called Jacques Henri Lartigues at the beginning of the 20th century (in 1912 to be precise) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacques_Henri_Lartigue, with this famous photo : bokeh.fr/blog/photographes/la-voiture-deformee-de-jacques-henri-lartigue/
    After it's just technical evolutions : photography->video->realtime video
    The funny part is that rolling shutter of many camera is not a feature, it's a pretty annoying effect...

    Golan Levin made an Informal catalogue of Slit-Scan video artworks and research : flong.com/texts/lists/slit_scan/

    Music from Beirut

    Dancers : Akiko Kajihara & Adrien Mondot

    © Adrien M / Claire B

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  3. MUSIC: PANTyRAiD - Dreaming
    Window drawing (3m x 6m) @ Concertgebouw in Bruges inspired by the film Metropolis.
    Metropolis is a 1927 German expressionist science-fiction film directed by Fritz Lang. Set in the year 2026, Metropolis takes place in a dystopian society where wealthy industrialists rule from vast tower complexes, oppressing the workers who live in the depths below them.
    The drawing is placed on the largest window of the 'Concertgebouw' (Concert building) in Bruges with the perfect backdrop of the city. There are many different perspectives to the work wich has the effect of a changing picture throughout the day.

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  4. personal projects

    Filmed with a HDV camera (1920-1080, 25fps), slow motion was gotten from an interlace footage. Stage with black background and the subject was all dressed in white. The stroboscopic effect was made in After Effects with Echo plugin in default setup with max mode option. The result was inverted (negative image), effect gets also in After Effects.

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  5. All Google Street View imagery captured using http://hyperlapse.tllabs.io. Source code available at https://github.com/TeehanLax/Hyperlapse.js.

    Read the full story: http://www.teehanlax.com/labs/hyperlapse/

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