This is the typical effect of the old fashion toy called kaleidoscope. In this movie the humans are used to create strange patterns.
Probably you’ve seen this video last year. On this video one more year is added. As we can see the story continues.
‘Gulp’ is a short film created by Sumo Science at Aardman, depicting a fisherman going about his daily catch. Shot on location at Pendine Beach in South Wales, every frame of this stop-motion animation was shot using a Nokia N8, with its 12 megapixel camera and Carl Zeiss optics. The film has broken a world record for the ‘largest stop-motion animation set’, with the largest scene stretching over 11,000 square feet.
This is an experimental film made up of over 35,000 photographs. It combines an innovative mix of stop motion and live projection mapping techniques.
The result of some fiddling/testing with the 550D.
A day in Venice (Venezia), from daybreak to sunset in timelapse. It’s really a great place and I hope I can share some of its magic with this short video.
Filmmaker Jim Geduldick got hold of a Phantom Miro M120 super-slo-mo camera and decided to put it to the test. The small-bodied camera can record a staggering 730fps at a full resolution of 1920 x 1200, but can go as 200,000fps if you aren’t too fussed about image quality. After the break we’ve got the video that’ll make you rush excitedly to the Vision Research website, only to find that prices start from $25,000 — keeping it strictly for music video directors. Source: engadget.com