Saturday, September 13, 2008

Temporal and spatial resolutions

Think about the Ken Burns effect

+ very slow motion video (recorded with hi speed camera 60+ fps) -> high temporal resolution
+ very hi resolution sampling of recording (5mp+) -> high spatial resolution

exploring these dimension in the Ken Burns perspective to retrieve the visual memory, make it emerge, live and fade away back in time.

from a quick research there are some available camera that shoot 500fps at .25 - 1mp but I would need something like 100fps - 5mp.

The Red Scarlet would be the perfect one

3MP at 60 fps ->3000$ :'(

otherwise the cheaper Casio EX-F1
capable of 1920 × 1080 (FHD, 60 fields per second) -> 2K res at 60fps for 999$
or 512 × 384 (300 fps, 30-300 fps) -> with such low spatial resolution the ability to explore the picture spatially is partly lost.

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