There’s a lot of potential in this idea (Andreas Bjoern Hansen / BUCK) of setting up the animation across the screens/phones; I wonder if this could be utilized as visitors enter the gallery, prompting engagement with their own phones. Even possibilities for interactive storytelling between a central screen and handheld ones?
Also posting to show students: this shot is perfect!
“Pigeon Pilfer is Michael Stevenson’s 2008 senior film from San Francisco State University. It was completed in four months with sixty pounds of clay, a digital SLR camera, and one tiny room.” And Dragonframe.
I remember this from years ago, but lost track of it…so posting this here to show students later.
Brent Barson + BYU students created this animation for the 5th annual Typophile Film Festival, using raw materials and Dragonframe.
Additional writeup on Motionographer (from years! ago).
Ombro-Cinéma (like the later Scanimation books) is an animation effect created by moving a striped transparent overlay across an interlaced image, used beautifully here by Villoresi.