Facinating insight's into technical aspects of some leading edge visual effects. These are the kind that really appeal to me as they dont rely on CGI but use realtime events to create them, unfortuantly most of this stuff ends up getting used in advertisements as their is no other obvious destination for things that appear so gimmicky.
I like to think their would be a way to combine these manipulations of time and visal space with non-narrative film. Chris Marker used the now famous time-slice technique in Le Jetee in 1962 and recently was re-explored by Lars Von Trier in Dancers in the Dark, taking abvantages of digital work flow gave him and opportunity to cut between one hundred camera's with unique viewpoints.
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