From: john porter (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jan 04 2006 - 14:05:37 PST
has anyone seen this in other cities?
Yes, in the Montreal Metro (subway, underground)
during "Expo '67" (a moving image renaissance). A
"public art" one is planned for Toronto's Museum
The windows of the train act as a MOVING viewer
"gate", passing the STATIONARY, horizontal strip of
images on the tunnel wall. The frame lines are
probably as wide as the frames/windows, and best in
mid-tunnel, at top speed.
I've always wanted to see this done with miniature
train technology, and maybe with real film! A moving
projector and stationary film!
I noticed you said it "create(s) the illusion of a
video projection". Interesting.
Btw, I didn't know how to view Freya's "fish" link, so
I'm trying to figure out what it was by people's
comments. Bowls of fish attached to walls of trains?
--- eric fleischauer <email suppressed>
> what a clever idea (the project, not selling it to
> ad agency).
> but speaking of advertising, it reminded me of
> something i saw in chicago while riding the train
> (Blue Line at Clarke and Lake). an ad agency
> (sub-media) is using the simplicity of persistance
> vision to create the illusion of a video projection
> underground that passangers on the train can view.
> was a target ad last time i saw it, and it lasted
> about 15 seconds. has anyone seen this in other
> --- Doug vanderHoof <email suppressed> wrote:
> > > But the thing that worries me most, and made me
> > think
> > > twice about posting this, is what if this falls
> > into
> > > the hands of an ad agency? Very bad, very very
> > bad.
> > > But hey I trust you guys! ;)
> > >
> > > love
> > >
> > > Freya
> > I'll keep you posted. I'm proposing it as an Art
> > Event rather than a
> > guerrilla action.
> > Cordially,
> > Dv
> > Doug vanderHoof
> > Producer/Owner
> > Modern Media
> > Bucktown, Chicago
> > (773)394-0029
> > For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at
> > <email suppressed>.
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> <email suppressed>.
John Porter, Toronto, Canada
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