Films compressed into "bar codes"

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  1. Many movies, especially animated ones, have ‘Color Scripts’

    http://gointothestory.blcklst.com/2011/11/pixar-color-strips.html

    This technique might be a good way to perceive those scripts.

  2. The MPAA hasn’t sued them into the Stone Age yet?

  3. Strange Quark Star says:

    What’s amazing is that I was immediately certain the first picture represented Blade Runner before reading it. Either this was mentioned here before or the movie is so recognizable that every reference to it just jumps at you. Or that I’ve seen it a few times too many.
    Writing this comment I looked many more times at it, it’s unmistakably Blade Runner, it even looks like one single scene, just garbled.
    Other films on that site that I saw many times are not nearly as recognizable to me, except perhaps Falling Down and Star Wars V. Others remind me surprisingly little of the actual movies.

  4. duncancreamer says:

    So it’s basically a slit scan camera?

  5. teapot says:

    When I took a high dose of Salvia Divinorum reality looked like this, except one of the lines was an infinite plane that my body merged with and eventually became.

    That shit is crazy.

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