Brendan Dawes’s ‘2001’ Cinema Redux Poster at the CP Swap Meat

Brendan Dawes:

A specially written piece of software takes a tiny snapshot of the film every second. Each row contains sixty of these frames, representing one minute of film time. This process continues for the whole movie resulting in an image that becomes greater than the sum of its parts, in effect creating a unique visual fingerprint of the film.

Beautiful. Just beautiful.

Tuesday, 15 May 2007