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(Gizmodo)   This time-lapse video of objects being sanded down one millimeter at a time is mesmerizing   (sploid.gizmodo.com) divider line 15
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2014-07-24 09:09:56 PM  
I wonder how long each of those took.
 
2014-07-24 10:32:43 PM  
Stop motion is not the same thing as time-lapse.  Not in my house anyway.
 
2014-07-24 11:02:42 PM  
Is he going to show the whole hair dryer cord reconstruction...?  Yes, yes of course he is... 10 minutes or so no one will get back
 
2014-07-24 11:18:54 PM  
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2014-07-25 12:02:28 AM  
This was done with cadavers for medical purposes.  I guess his shoe was next, but how does this help a shoemaker?
 
2014-07-25 04:28:46 AM  
im usually not one to meh on someone's parade, but meh.
 
2014-07-25 06:59:39 AM  

lack of warmth: This was done with cadavers for medical purposes.  I guess his shoe was next, but how does this help a shoemaker?


You could always do it in reverse...
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2014-07-25 08:52:58 AM  
Thanks, I needed that nap.
 
2014-07-25 09:15:06 AM  

phlegmmo: I wonder how long each of those took.


Looked like ~20 seconds.
 
2014-07-25 12:13:00 PM  

lack of warmth: This was done with cadavers for medical purposes.  I guess his shoe was next, but how does this help a shoemaker?


Well shoemakers will be obsolete because as the second half of the video demonstrated we will be able to 3D print shoes.
 
2014-07-25 01:08:52 PM  
OK now do a person... Here are some suggestions...

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2014-07-25 02:41:59 PM  
Now we know what happened to Lois Lerner's laptop
 
2014-07-25 11:37:11 PM  

Lt_Ryan: lack of warmth: This was done with cadavers for medical purposes.  I guess his shoe was next, but how does this help a shoemaker?

Well shoemakers will be obsolete because as the second half of the video demonstrated we will be able to 3D print shoes.


3D print clogs you mean, because I don't think 3D printers have gotten to being able to print leather and other shoe materials.
 
2014-07-26 01:34:34 AM  

DRTFA: Stop motion is not the same thing as time-lapse.  Not in my house anyway.


WHY NOT BOTH.JPG

Look up Hyperlapse. It's both. 

Heres a vid. If you find the music intolerable just play something you like while watching 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cd7BpOR_ec
 
2014-07-26 01:54:30 AM  

NeuroticRocker: DRTFA: Stop motion is not the same thing as time-lapse.  Not in my house anyway.

WHY NOT BOTH.JPG

Look up Hyperlapse. It's both. 

Heres a vid. If you find the music intolerable just play something you like while watching 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cd7BpOR_ec


Not the best example of hyperlapse, but essentially its a timelapse that moves through space in stop-motion where it's an inch or a foot or whatever at even intervals. There are far more beautiful and less cacophonous examples. Also when you open the vid, youll see this is part of a series and some of the other examples do a better job of showing you the format.

On a technical and artistic level I appreciate it, but the music and graffiti are two things that do nothing for me. Plus the "music" is terrible.
 
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