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Juan's Making It Different

Page history last edited by Juan Llamas-Rodriguez 8 years ago

In preparation for my final proposal, where I want to develop a tool for a "sort of topic modelling" for moving images, I've been toying with ideas on how to make films into more manageable forms. The idea for this deformance experiment came to me as I was experimenting with some of the tools for this proposal, notably one that breaks down a film to individual shots and some low-end gif generators.

 

In essence, what if we could watch a two-hour film in two minutes? The example I've done below is, to me, remarkably coherent despite the time compression (but I have seen the film) so there might be something to the idea of salient themes popping out when we mess around with cinematic time...

 

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