Playing with our sense of time:
- Improv Everywhere recently staged some captivating performance art in NYC’s Grand Central Station, in which 207 people froze in place for five minutes. I’d love to see a time lapse view of the happening. [Via]
- IKEA makes superb use of slow-mo video in this new interactive catalog. The Flash UI lets you drag the image to change angles or change rooms. Motionographer offers some comments.
- oobject features time lapses of people playing with Wiis. [Via]
- Flickr use Apres makes intimate use of long exposure (more).
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There are some time lapse segments of the improv everywhere performance in here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwMj3PJDxuo
When I was living in New York I used to go to Grand Central just to watch the people. The idea they did is genius. How do you find these sites?- I love it.
[Heh–it’s all about RSS, esp. through NetNewWire. The various “Via” links lead to lots of good resources (Core77, Kottke.org, and others). –J.]