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    from Sebastián Linardo Added 32 0 0

    Este video es parte de una serie que hice en 1998. Estas obras eran enviadas por mail a cientos de destinatarios de todo el mundo. En aquella época, la capacidad de almacenamiento de las cuentas de correo electronico era muy limitada, por lo que era necesario reducir la calidad de la imagen al minimo indispensable. Los videos se enviaban sin sonido. En 2009, le agregue el sonido. Me resulta interesante ver como funciona una obra hecha en dos partes, con 11 años de diferencia. These videos are part of a series I did in 1998. These works were sent by mail to hundreds of recipients around the world. At that time, the storage capacity of email accounts was very limited, so it was necessary to reduce the image quality to a minimum. The videos are sent without sound. In 2009, I add sound. I find it interesting to see how a work done in two parts, with 11 years apart.

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      from Niels Vrijland Added 7 0 0

      LED stroboscope. The LED is too fast for the camera, in real it blinks regularly. Based on a remote control. The print board is cut to make it fit inside a new casing. It took me almost two hours to find out the right connections. More information: http://vrijland.nl > news, regards, Niels Vrijland

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      • After Image


        from Janne Eraker Added 54 0 0

        A dance performance based on the afterimage effect. Optical illusion in movement. Concept: Jorg Schellekens and Janne Eraker Choreography: Janne Eraker Dance: Ans Kanen and Ania Majcher Light and sound design: Jorg Schellekens After Image started from a concept by Janne Eraker (choreography) and Jorg Schellekens (light design) to find a synthesis between dance and light. It was developed in the first half of 2010 with dancers Ans Kanen and Anka Majcher and first presented on the Open Dans festival. It was hosted by LP II Space for Urban Culture in Rotterdam. The afterimage effect itself is described as ‘an image continuing to appear in one's vision after the exposure to the original image has ceased. One of the most common afterimages is the bright glow that seems to float before one's eyes after looking into a light source.’ This effect is an physiological phenomenon which experienced when watching this piece ‘in real life’. Because it’s a physical reaction in your own eyes it’s almost impossible to reproduce in video. After Image was kindly supported by Gemeente Rotterdam, dienst Kunst en Cultuur and Stichting ter Bevordering van Volkskracht. Produced by stichting Sanne in co- production with LP II Space for Urban Culture (www.lp2.nl) For info and bookings contact post@janneeraker.com

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        • Arabesques


          from Maxime Bergeron Added 164 2 0

          Notre perception du monde qui nous entoure est incomplète. Ce que l'on voit, entend et sent n'est qu'une portion des forces qui y sont à l'oeuvre. À l'aide d'expériences, Arabesques se veut un court métrage mettant en scène ces forces dans une ambiance oscillant entre la réalité du monde qui nous entoure et le surréalisme des phénomènes capturés par la caméra. --- Réalisé par : Maxime Bergeron Pier Olivier Bourgault Marc-Antoine Brodeur Erwan d'Orgeville Iriana Rakotobe Avec la participation de : François Kathrin Lagacé --- Cours d'audio-vidéographie. (EDM4110) UQAM - BAC Médias Interactifs - H2014

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          • a stroboscopic vision


            from GREG Bélien Added 174 0 0

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            • Attraction


              from Samuel Yal Added 1,039 10 0

              Samuel Yal "Attraction" Zootrope porcelaine moteur, stroboscope 2010 oeuvre présentée à au Carré, espace de l'artothèque de Saint-Cloud (France, 92), dans le cadre de l'exposition "Le prochain visible" en avril 2010.

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              • BLACK STROBE "For those Radios"


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                MUSIC VIDEO Sebastien K. / H5

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                • Burst, 1974 by Arnold Dreyblatt


                  from Arnold Dreyblatt Added 23 0 0

                  A stroboscopic color study created at the State University at Buffalo, New York, Center for Media Studies in 1974 and digitized in 2014 at ZKM, Karlsruhe. Original copy on 1/2 inch videotape. Silent. Superimposed over a Moiré pattern created by superimposed scan lines; analogue color burst signals beat against each other. The resulting stroboscopic pulsing stimulates apparent color fields, as the beating displays red, green and blue faster than the perception of the naked eye. One of a series of perceptual studies which include "Lapse" and "Uranus". SHOULD BE VIEWED IN A DARKENED ROOM!

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                  • Convulsion


                    from Samuel Yal Added 1,099 22 1

                    Samuel Yal "Convulsion" Zootrope céramique, moteur, stroboscope 2009 oeuvre présentée à l'Arteppes d'Annecy (France, 74), espace d'Art contemporain, dans le cadre de l'exposition "Syndrome" en mai 2009

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                    • "Crazy Wind Mills" Timelapse


                      from Frenk Palm Added 323 6 4

                      After the Sky's I wanted to do another Timelapse theme. Windmills. Seems boring to watch, but not in this way. After fooling around with the speed I wanna check what the limit was of my FCS speed-up, ram, and disc-speed. I stopped at 8000% and there was the magic. A stroboscope effect stopped en even turned to the blades in opposite direction. And every windmill has its own effect. Amazing. More info about stroboscope ? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frequency

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