Digital Chronophotography [Processing]

If you were enjoyed the 'Venetian Mirror' (2009) by Fabrica piece at the current Decode exhibition at V&A you might especially like this post by Heino Boekhout exploring the concept of Digital Chronophotography. The article describes experiments which record several phases of movement into a single image using the Processing and a webcam or a set of jpg images. Included also is the source code you can use to try the experiments yourself. The app uses the webcam or a sequence of images to present light or dark movement visualisation from a fixed viewpoint or multiple if you like to take the experiment that one step further.

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