Digital Media Projects
Research into the history of the broken image icon in various webbrowsers. From left to right: First 3 editions of the Netscape browser (1994), Firefox old and new, Internet Explorer, Safari, Google Chrome.
The geology and realworld inspiration of the Chrome broken image icon. The Santa Cruz mountains, close to Silicon Valley.
Experiments with analog to digital to analog video conversion. Multiple variants of for example: Fast Forward digitally; convert to analog; slow down analog to original speed.
Wrote a script that fast forwards a video/film in 25 unique ways and puts that all in 5x5 grid:
1: Frame 1,26,51,76 etc.
2: Frame 2,27,52,77 etc.
Watching a whole movie (every frame) in 25 times the speed.
In this way you see slight lapse in time since the 25th movie in the grid is a seconds ahead of the 1st.
Experimented with non-linear ways of fastforwarding, through using different kinds of randomness in the editing together of the exported movie-frames.
http://joostvullings.com/processFF.html - first video.
Working on a movie that consist of 720x576 sub-movies of 25fps. To exactly match the screen build-up of an analog tv. Which consists of 720x576 color units. The whole screen can update it's color 25 times per second. The script works, i just need an input movie of at least 9 hours, but better if it's even longer. So working on that.
http://joostvullings.com/processFF.html - 2nd and 3rd video.