Loop Findr is a tool that automatically finds loops in videos so you can turn them into seamless gifs.
Gentle Brain is an interactive piece about the fleeting nature of digital pleasures. Commissioned by the wonderful Etterstudio for MUDA, Museum for Digital Art, opening in Zurich in the late of 2014.
Gentle Brain is friends with iPads and features accelerometer support.
“I asked a six year old what my movie should be about,” says Bianca Giaever, ”and this is what he told me.”
via John Nack
A moving infrared timelapse movie.
This is a personal project culminated from years of shooting IR stills and never really being satisfied with the results. Shot primarily in Albemarle County, Virginia, the movie was captured using a Canon 5D mark II converted with a 720nm IR filter over the sensor. The sensor filter allows normal camera operation but shoots only IR images. I used a rail from Dynamic Perception to create the moving images and processed everything in Adode Premiere/After Effects.
Check out my website andrewshurtleff.com to see some cool IR stills under the fine arts section.
Great, great, great video profile of David Lynch as he goes about his daily life.
As a good friend said
It’s a good thing that Lynch doesn’t (yet) livestream his entire life, because my already-limited productivity would plummet put-near to zero.
Special thanks to Biblioklept for writing the headline and the link in the first place.
You can watch it here in this little window, but do yourself a favor and find the largest monitor you can, load this link to the original, go full screen, set the quality level to Original and wait for the glory that is RED and 4k video resolution. It may take a while to load, but it’s worth it.
The sight of blue and yellow blobs crashing into a slow-motion explosion of green on your screen is usually entertaining enough in itself, but how about cranking up its resolution to a mighty 4096 x 2304? That’s what Jacob Schwarz has done, with the help of a RED Epic camera, a Canon 100mm macro lens, and Adobe’s Premiere CS6 software. Together with his partner Katie Schwarz, Jacob has put together three minutes of stunningly detailed footage of ink drops diluting and intermingling in water.