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Time lapses : New York, Bogota, Paris, San Francisco, Londres

Un time-lapse est une animation vidéo réalisée par une série de photographies prises à des moments différents pour présenter en un laps de temps court l’évolution de l’objet photographié sur une période longue. On peut l’employer par exemple pour montrer l’ouverture d’une fleur, le mouvement du soleil ou des étoiles dans le ciel, voire la construction d’une maison. Le fichier final prend la forme d’une vidéo ou d’un fichier au formatGif animé.

Le time-lapse en cinématographie

En cinématographie, le procédé conduit à filmer avec une vitesse plus faible, c’est-à-dire avec un nombre d’images par seconde moins important que le débit qui sera utilisé à la projection. Le film visionné paraît donc se dérouler en vitesse accélérée pour le spectateur.

NEW YORK / MANHATTAN

This time-lapse production has been a wild and exhilarating ride, with a lot of physical work lugging my 120-130 pounds of gear around all of Manhattan. I bended (broke) some laws and made a ton of friends. Thank you all for your support and please feel free to help out a starving artist and share this video with the world.
Music Provided by: BLACKMILL
My Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cameron…

PARIS

SAN FRANCISCO

SPONSORED BY: DYNAMIC PERCEPTIONS-http://dynamicperception.com/#oid=1006_1
Music: Blackmill
Right after my last project « The Manhattan Project » Bradley and Montgomery ( an advertisement agency) commissioned me to come from NYC to San Francisco to capture as much of the bay city as me and my self assembled team  (3 of us total) could, in only 5 DAYS.The work is currently displayed at Union square at the Chase Bank’s new flagship location, all in 4K in an aspect of 32:9

BOGOTA

Filmed on Calle 94, Bogotá, Colombia, from 4:50 pm to 7:40 pm 22-April-2008. Excerpts of this video were used with my permission in the 2010 documentary « Stop Motion » by Michael Grant and Jon Galt (www.imdb.com/title/tt1526651). Music is the title track from John Coltrane’s 1960 « Giant Steps » album.

LONDRES

This visualization merges all 16 million daily transactions made on London’s Oyster card with vehicle-location data from the city’s 8,500 buses to infer the travel histories of that day’s 3.1 million Oyster users. After inferring the times and locations of each bus boarding and alighting, bus and rail transactions are combined to reconstruct each cardholder’s daily travel history.

Each pixel represents a 100-meter square section of Greater London, and the brightness of each of the three RGB color components indicates the number of riders in one of three categories. Green indicates the number of passengers in the transit system, whether on a bus or in one of several rail modes. Blue indicates the presence of riders prior to their first transaction of the day or after their last: it is assumed that the location of a rider’s first or last transaction approximates their place of residence. Red indicates cardholders who are between transit trips, whether transferring, engaging in activities, or traveling outside the transit system.

By matching Oyster transaction records to data from the iBus vehicle-location system, buses are shown to traverse the street network at their observed speeds, and their brightness reflects the number of passengers on board. Rail customers tap their cards when entering or exiting stations, but their waiting times and choices of line and transfer location are not known (in this version). Rail passengers are therefore shown traveling in straight lines at constant speeds, interpolated between their entry and exit taps.

This visualization builds upon my thesis research, sponsored by the MIT Transit Research Group and Transport for London. For more information visit http://jaygordon.net.

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