High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth

Interactive photo booth, where technology allows users to see their fast moving activity played back in slow motion, capturing details not visible to the naked eye.

An update to the familiar self-operated photo booth, this booth shoots a brief 3-second video at 1000 frames per second. Once captured, integrated software stretches the video to nearly one minute, slowing quick action to reveal normally imperceptible movements. The video is automatically uploaded to the Arts Festival YouTube channel, collecting together all the 3-second experiments the public performed throughout the festival.

Booth Design: Pablo Garcia, Spike Wolff In Collaboration with: Jeff Lieberman, Matt Kearney Software and Interface Design: Dan Wilcox, Riley Harmon Booth Construction: Kyle Rood, Ben Finch, Joel McCullough, Sam Rashid Camera provided by: Matt Kearney of FASTEC Imaging Lighting provided by: Gil Penderly of Visual Instrumentation Corporation

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High-Speed Photo Booth

Interactive Photo Booth Shooting 1000 Frames Per Second

High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth
High-Speed Photo Booth

Interactive photo booth, where technology allows users to see their fast moving activity played back in slow motion, capturing details not visible to the naked eye.

An update to the familiar self-operated photo booth, this booth shoots a brief 3-second video at 1000 frames per second. Once captured, integrated software stretches the video to nearly one minute, slowing quick action to reveal normally imperceptible movements. The video is automatically uploaded to the Arts Festival YouTube channel, collecting together all the 3-second experiments the public performed throughout the festival.

Booth Design: Pablo Garcia, Spike Wolff In Collaboration with: Jeff Lieberman, Matt Kearney Software and Interface Design: Dan Wilcox, Riley Harmon Booth Construction: Kyle Rood, Ben Finch, Joel McCullough, Sam Rashid Camera provided by: Matt Kearney of FASTEC Imaging Lighting provided by: Gil Penderly of Visual Instrumentation Corporation

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2011: SPEED

wats:ON 2011 examines speed relation to the production and presentation of creative work encompassing a range of interdisciplinary events.

Spike Wolff
Festival Curator
Pablo Garcia
Festival Curator