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21 minute bike ride blended into 90 seconds. Made with Processing.

heather, andyscamera, bettysizemore, and 59 other people added this video to their favorites.

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  1. striatic 106 months ago | reply

    interesting .. fast motion that doesn't feel like fast motion.

    keen concept!

  2. KellyB. 106 months ago | reply

    That is cool.

  3. Rob Cruickshank 106 months ago | reply

    @b-real and duchamp, yeah, the texture of this has feel that reminds me of pinscreen animation:
    www.nfb.ca/animation/objanim/en/techniques/film.php?id=12...
    I wish the nfb still signed out 16mm! (although the mediatheque on John st is the next best thing)
    I do have a 16 mm print of Paddle to The Sea though.

  4. Luke Gonino [deleted] 106 months ago | reply

    interesante...

  5. oledoe 106 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Vanishing point videos, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  6. lili lily [deleted] 105 months ago | reply

    wow... very well done!

  7. amarcord108 104 months ago | reply

    This is lovely. The soft muted colors are very beautiful.

    I wonder what it would look like really really slow? Have you tried that?

    BTW, I hadn't heard of Processing before. Is this something like Photoshop that anyone can play with or do you have to be a gearhead to use it? (I don't know anything about writing code)

  8. spDuchamp 104 months ago | reply

    Knowing programming helps, but it's not entirely necessary. It was made for people new to programming, and there are lots of great resources for beginners. Most of the time you can make great stuff just by fiddling with code from sample programs that come with it.

  9. amarcord108 104 months ago | reply

    OK, thanks for that. Unfortunately I think it may be WAY out of my limited tech knowledge range but I'll do some research on it anyway.

  10. ENMphotography 103 months ago | reply

    really nice! i love the painting like quality this has.

  11. ou Bung 102 months ago | reply

    Very interesting effect; is the sound also processed?

  12. spDuchamp 102 months ago | reply

    The sound is just scaled to the video. No other effect but time compression using the paste to length in Quicktime Pro.

  13. + Æ + 100 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Unknown Pleasures ° Post-punk aesthetic, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  14. Chelzilla 99 months ago | reply

    wow super trippy! i love it

  15. busyfreecording 97 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Freecording, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  16. Rebekah DePretis 89 months ago | reply

    Wow. This is very neat!

  17. Ontario Wanderer 88 months ago | reply

    Found this by accident but fell in love with it. Looks like an abstract painting in motion! Well done!!!

  18. trisbj 84 months ago | reply

    I like the feeling of movement and a static sketched quailty - truly lovely

  19. gibbymel 82 months ago | reply

    I love this - really fantastic

  20. splicegraph 74 months ago | reply

    I've been messing around with Processing and have yet to get results like this.
    Would you be willing to share your source code with me? I'm still very much in my learning stages.

    Also, how'd you export to video?

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