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2011-04-06 09:26:20 PM  
Very strange yet quite beautiful.
 
2011-04-06 09:28:49 PM  
I'd like to see Out of Sight. It would go from lush oranges and browns to blue and black about midway in.
 
2011-04-06 10:24:01 PM  
The movie "Hero" would interesting for this.
 
2011-04-06 10:47:11 PM  
I'm thinking The Wizard of Oz would be easy to pick out of a line up.
 
2011-04-06 11:01:27 PM  
Wish they said what it is that you're seeing. It looks like they took a line out of the middle of each frame, sort of, and started piling them on one after another, doesn't it?
 
2011-04-07 12:21:15 AM  

IronTom: Wish they said what it is that you're seeing. It looks like they took a line out of the middle of each frame, sort of, and started piling them on one after another, doesn't it?


OK, even at a rate of 30 frames per second, a 90 minute movie would contain (wait let me do the math) 162000 frames. And even if each of those frames were only one pixel wide, they certainly wouldn't fit on my computer screen.
 
2011-04-07 12:38:45 AM  
This is stupid. I'd rather just look at a Jackson Pollock. At least his lame art wasn't completely monotonous.
 
2011-04-07 02:51:36 AM  
I'd like to see this done for Traffic. Sepia and Blue and Yellow.
 
2011-04-07 03:51:14 AM  

jaylectricity: IronTom: Wish they said what it is that you're seeing. It looks like they took a line out of the middle of each frame, sort of, and started piling them on one after another, doesn't it?

OK, even at a rate of 30 frames per second, a 90 minute movie would contain (wait let me do the math) 162000 frames. And even if each of those frames were only one pixel wide, they certainly wouldn't fit on my computer screen.


So how was it squished?
 
2011-04-07 04:41:55 AM  

Capn.Brownbeard: I'm thinking The Wizard of Oz would be easy to pick out of a line up.


There is an index, go check it out for yourself =D.
 
2011-04-07 05:00:55 AM  
Hey, look, all the Godfathers look the same. I didn't see that coming.
 
2011-04-07 05:05:53 AM  
Kinda weird, but kinda cool at the same time
 
2011-04-07 05:23:36 AM  
I've got 10 of these, with more to come, up on my walls. They make magnificent art pieces.
 
2011-04-07 05:25:56 AM  

SoothinglyDeranged: The movie "Hero" would interesting for this.


It is - the first piece I put up.
 
2011-04-07 05:35:35 AM  
Repeat link. Still cool though.
 
2011-04-07 05:52:48 AM  
 
2011-04-07 06:12:19 AM  
Gee, a bunch of stripes. What a waste of time and effort.
 
2011-04-07 06:29:29 AM  
thetfs.ca

What every frame in a movie squished onto one picture should look like.

/problem?
 
2011-04-07 06:34:15 AM  

ral315: Wizard of Oz


Well, that was anticlimactic. I'm gonna have to go with CravenMorehead on this one: What a waste of time and effort.
 
2011-04-07 06:52:22 AM  
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2011-04-07 07:36:11 AM  
It wasn't that interesting the first time it was submitted.
 
2011-04-07 07:46:28 AM  
Again? It was just a month ago.

/the daily repeated link
 
2011-04-07 07:53:30 AM  

jaylectricity: IronTom: Wish they said what it is that you're seeing. It looks like they took a line out of the middle of each frame, sort of, and started piling them on one after another, doesn't it?

OK, even at a rate of 30 frames per second, a 90 minute movie would contain (wait let me do the math) 162000 frames. And even if each of those frames were only one pixel wide, they certainly wouldn't fit on my computer screen.


1. film = 24fps
2. Link to a 272 gigapixel digital photo (new window). I'll bet you can view that on your monitor...
 
2011-04-07 07:53:39 AM  

jaylectricity: IronTom: Wish they said what it is that you're seeing. It looks like they took a line out of the middle of each frame, sort of, and started piling them on one after another, doesn't it?

OK, even at a rate of 30 frames per second, a 90 minute movie would contain (wait let me do the math) 162000 frames. And even if each of those frames were only one pixel wide, they certainly wouldn't fit on my computer screen.


Assume a desired image of X width and Y height, you need X*Y pixels of information. With a movie that is Z frames long you take Z / (X * Y) frames at a time and average out all of their pixels into a single color value and apply it to one pixel of the final image.

Or you just skip the averaging and grab one frame per Z / (X * Y) frames. Six of one a half dozen the other, likely a similar effect in the end.

Or you do one pixel per frame and then shrink the image letting anti-aliasing blend the colors for you.

There are many ways to skin this cat.
 
2011-04-07 08:36:02 AM  

Slothfart: Again? It was just a month ago.

/the daily repeated link


Speak for yourself. I stared for a long time at the Basic Instinct one...

/fap
 
2011-04-07 08:36:14 AM  
Pff, I saw this at fark.com like 2 weeks ago.
 
2011-04-07 08:52:17 AM  
Hey Subby, the one for 9 1/2 Weeks is definitely NSFW.

THANKS
 
2011-04-07 09:01:05 AM  
Almost brings the movie down to my attention span.
 
2011-04-07 09:01:43 AM  

Slothfart: Again? It was just a month ago.

/the daily repeated link


IT'S STILL NEW TO ME DAMMIT
 
2011-04-07 09:21:41 AM  
I'd like to see every sloppily greenlit repeat on Fark squished into a single image.
 
2011-04-07 09:51:12 AM  
Well, there goes 4 seconds of my life I'll never get back.
 
2011-04-07 09:53:37 AM  
photoshopinc.com

Steamboat Willie (1928)
 
2011-04-07 10:06:34 AM  
*SPOILER ALERT*

The earthtoned smear did it.
 
2011-04-07 10:08:26 AM  
I notice there are no James Cameron movies on the first page. Orange to blue, blue to orange, to blue again...
 
2011-04-07 10:18:42 AM  

SoothinglyDeranged: The movie "Hero" would interesting for this.


You mean like this?

s3.amazonaws.com
 
2011-04-07 10:21:21 AM  

galactus5000: I've got 10 of these, with more to come, up on my walls. They make magnificent art pieces.


That's exactly what I was thinking. Where did you get the prints?
 
2011-04-07 10:23:44 AM  

Hoboclown: That's exactly what I was thinking. Where did you get the prints?


just do them in MS paint and save some money.
 
2011-04-07 10:23:58 AM  

Hoboclown: galactus5000: I've got 10 of these, with more to come, up on my walls. They make magnificent art pieces.

That's exactly what I was thinking. Where did you get the prints?


You can get them for sale on the site but in the last Fark thread about this someone mentioned that he started to just print them on high grade paper and put them in some frames he happened to have.
 
2011-04-07 10:25:42 AM  

KatjaMouse: Hoboclown: galactus5000: I've got 10 of these, with more to come, up on my walls. They make magnificent art pieces.

That's exactly what I was thinking. Where did you get the prints?

You can get them for sale on the site but in the last Fark thread about this someone mentioned that he started to just print them on high grade paper and put them in some frames he happened to have.


That's gonna chew through some ink...
 
2011-04-07 10:30:15 AM  

PsyLord: KatjaMouse: Hoboclown: galactus5000: I've got 10 of these, with more to come, up on my walls. They make magnificent art pieces.

That's exactly what I was thinking. Where did you get the prints?

You can get them for sale on the site but in the last Fark thread about this someone mentioned that he started to just print them on high grade paper and put them in some frames he happened to have.

That's gonna chew through some ink...


If you print, like, a couple every day I'm sure it would.

But here's the store if you're so inclined.
 
2011-04-07 10:35:14 AM  

galactus5000: I've got 10 of these, with more to come, up on my walls. They make magnificent art pieces.


As an artist, I just threw up in my mouth a bit.
 
2011-04-07 10:36:51 AM  

acaciaavenue: galactus5000: I've got 10 of these, with more to come, up on my walls. They make magnificent art pieces.

As an artist, I just threw up in my mouth a bit.


As an artist, I ask how can you say that these aren't art or can be appreciated as such?
 
2011-04-07 10:41:54 AM  

acaciaavenue: galactus5000: I've got 10 of these, with more to come, up on my walls. They make magnificent art pieces.

As an artist, I just threw up in my mouth a bit.


How about some booze art?

Link (new window)
 
2011-04-07 10:46:25 AM  
As a hammer, I ask how can anyone not see that this is a nail.
 
2011-04-07 10:47:50 AM  
Uhh... spoilers?
 
2011-04-07 10:51:52 AM  
I really want to see what All That Jazz would look like.
 
2011-04-07 11:06:06 AM  
I refrained from saying this before, but I might as well grouse a little bit. I managed to do this last summer as a conceptual art piece, using 2001 as the prototype, and displayed it in a show in December. Of course, there's nothing new under the sun, so I'm basically just kicking myself for not attempting to monetize it like this guy is doing.

Oh, well, c'est la vie.
 
2011-04-07 11:07:13 AM  

KatjaMouse: As an artist, I ask how can you say that these aren't art or can be appreciated as such?


This. I think this is an excellent way to look at the palette choices that the filmmaker uses in framing the emotional response to a film.
 
2011-04-07 11:15:53 AM  

KatjaMouse: ... the last Fark thread about this ...


http://www.fark.com/comments/6032284
 
2011-04-07 11:25:39 AM  
Pete and Pete et-al
 
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