Volumetric video rendering: time is the third dimension

Video can be thought of as having three dimensions — length, width and time. When you envision video with the third dimension transposed into depth, you get a volumentric picture of a moving image. Dan Kaminsky, a packet-obsessed crypto guy, has been monkeying with volumetric ways of visualizing the randomness — the entropy — in sets, and along the way, he's started visualizing other kinds of information. This is (some of) the output. By the way, volumetric visualization of code turns out to look like latticework, in proof of William Gibson's prescience.