And just for funsies, here are composites of every image in the set of commutes where I am actually on my bike, riding. Early: Late: Full:
And here are the composites of every single image I took for the 27 days I recorded my commutes. The early and late composites took 28-30 minutes to process, and the full composite took more than an hour. Early: Late: Full:
I’ve been doing some processing of the entire mound of photos I took during my month of commutes, and while I was wading through the stack I pulled out some of the ones that caught my eye for some reason or another. Remember: none of these were deliberate shots, the camera was set on an
So… here‘s a list of Alexa’s top 25 Internet sites as of this evening. If you take all of those web pages, convert them into QR codes, and composite them all together, you get this: The QR reader on my phone doesn’t like this much, but I figured I’d give it a shot. In the
Yesterday was supposed to be the last commute for a while, but I had to work today, so I took advantage of the situation. Here’s a Saturday commute, with a bonus perfect random shot for your enjoyment. Look for the composited week, and then the composited month soon. Early: Late: Full: Bonus:
Here’s a little idea which was kicking around in my brain this week: turning an image into its essence by assembling its pixels in order. Here, then, is an image I like to call ‘abddeeeeeehiillllôrstvL: It’s kinda small, but that’s because I don’t yet have a decent way of processing the data yet, and am
Yes, so it’s 2004 all over again. I figured this might be a nice way to update the site more often than never. We’ll see. I’m hoping this will become a decent portal to add to Twitter and Facebook.