Fridayyyyyeeee… (and the livin’ is eeeeasyyy)
It’s video time!
This impressive animation of Google Maps and Google Streetview visuals is a little jarring but super fun to watch.
A “pendulus” with a light pen on top of a light-sensitive surface for 1 hour = beautiful self-generated art.
The video is indeed 1 hour in length but you can jump ahead and see the progression of the work. Very cool.
Hey btw if you enjoy longer videos with a repetitive, passive style, you may enjoy this beach video as well. (Somewhat different / similar…)
This is a 2 minute video of what is known as a “red fanworm” opening up in real time.
The music (Orff’s Carmina Burana, of course) makes it sound like impending doom. Beautiful and ancient.
“a film about staying indoors. all visual effects achieved entirely in-camera… a very small camera… and a very big set.”
From apparently-gifted director Oscar Hudson.
I love this band, and I love this video.
It’s 2017 so we apparently have a new sport called “Wind games”.
I like it! This is an impressive run.
And there you go! All video’d away.
See you in a week, Friday Video fans…