Time multiplied these trombones into space.
A large aquarium shot from below the water line. The trees above the water change the light over the course of the shot, and some large animals are disturbing the water, also changing the character of the water. Here the compressor is separating clear lines as the light in the water changes over time, suggesting that the water image is not continuous. This is particularly strange in water imagery as we don't expect it to be segmented in this way.
This beautiful texture emerged when I asked a digital camera to sort out imagery structured by a regular gridded screen installed behind colored, textured glass.
research. tests. these are examples of MPEG-4 grouping imagery together, reducing motion to stills. ultimately these will be explored as animations.
these video panoramas show MPEG-4 working out the boundaries of their subjects. the results are consistent enough to start using this process. the variables are speed of motion, brightness of subjects, "griddiness" of the subject, and distance from the sensor.