Chronotopic Anamorphosis

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André Mintz of the Marginalia Project explains what "Chronotopic Anamorphosis" is all about:

The image is digitally manipulated by fragmenting it into horizontal lines and then combining lines from different frames in the display. The result is a distorsion of the figures caused by their motion in time, or, as Brazilian researcher Arlindo Machado calls it: chronotopic anamorphosis.


The last segment of the video is the coolest one, hit play or follow the link to the Vimeo video.

Link - via Furl

Author of Chronotopic Anamorphosis video and software: André Mintz
Marginalia Project group: André Mintz and Pedro Veneroso
Location: Belo Horizonte, Brazil - Thanks for the info, André!

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This video did a darn good job of showing what vertigo feels/looks like to e when i've had it. You know things aren't moving like they look like they are...but you see it anyway. though this has more the trippy effect than the nausea of vertigo.
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