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18 Responses to “Beautifully strange slit-scan video made with $2 Mac app”

  1. Fantome_NR says:

    It’s not an iOS app, it’s a Mac OS app:

    Requirements: OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor

  2. RadioSilence says:

    This is really cool, but, like HDR photography, I think the allure might wear off once you see it everywhere.

  3. euansmith says:

    Jeepers, that’s freaky. 

  4. fragmuffin says:

    Huh, they have this as one of the toys in Kinect Party. Neat to know its name and history.

  5. igpajo says:

    Okay, who slipped the acid in my coffee!

  6. Marco Antonio Morales says:

    Requirements: about 100mg of vitamin K. :)

  7. ObeyMyBrain says:

    And lo we have seen all we ever needed to see of slit scan video.

  8. http://vimeo.com/24476973

    Zbigniew Rybczynski – The Fourth Dimension (1988)

    Everything old is new again.

  9. niconiconico says:

    this is how they made apple maps

  10. B E Pratt says:

    Pretty nifty looking, but thank Gawd it doesn’t last any longer than that. Nausea soon to follow.

  11. Ah I miss Denver. And this video sums up my memories of it pretty well.

    • Edward Brennan says:

      Some people think it is the Slit-scan, but those of us who know better, know that Denver always looks this way.

  12. So who’s doing the equivalent process for sound? E.G., timeshifting a waveform so that the highest frequencies occur first, the lowest frequencies last?

  13. Evil Paul says:

    It’s the soundtrack that lets you know this is a Pesco post. Beautifully strange indeed.

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