Starting to feel my way toward the wind turbine video I’d like to do. Two preliminary takes are here:
There was a great little art fair at the Northwest biology building in Harvard yesterday, a portion of the proceeds of which went to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. I was able to be part of the fair, which was very well put together. Here’s a pic of my space: I was also able to
My video Low Earth Ted Satellite: Jetty Orbit was selected for inclusion in the Glovebox Short Film and Animation Festival. It’s coming up on the 11th, so get your tickets now!
The early commute is a little skimpy because the camera didn’t take pictures while I was on the T. Alas! Early: Late: Full:
Just for funsies, here’s a time-lapse video of the time I spent stuck in Car 01744 on the T while they tried to fix the train. At around the 4-second mark, you can see the sign right outside the window that told us how far we were from the station. Stuck on the T
Here’s the last set of classes for this round, done at 60x. Longer than last week’s, it’s still a little short because I keep forgetting the Olympus Li-ion battery for this camera doesn’t last as long as the four supercharged NiMH AAs in the older camera. Still, a fun little video, and shows both presses
The camera settings changed after the first round of 90 shots, so I only got 90 shots. Thus, only 4 seconds of footage.
Check it out here on Vimeo.
Just a silly time-lapse I did of my first set of classes for this round of my Crash Course in Letterpress that I do at Bow & Arrow Press.
Several years ago, I became a member of the Long Now Foundation, an organization founded by Stewart Brand of the Whole Earth Catalog fame, as well as Brian Eno and various other deep thinkers and futurists. One of the aims of the Foundation is to foster thinking into the concept of “deep time”, or time