Nir Arieli is living in New York, photographs capture the dynamism of dancers. This Series Called ‘Tension’, these photographs are made by layering several shots of dancers on top of another, giving the viewer a break down of movement.

Captivating Photos Of Male Dancers In Motion

Nir Arieli is a photographer living in New York. His photographs capture the dynamism of dancers. In the Series Called ‘Tension’, his photographs are made by layering several shots of dancers on top of another, giving the viewer a break down of movement.

A Beginners Guide to Capturing Motion in Your Photography    Read more: http://digital-photography-school.com/a-beginners-to-capturing-motion-in-your-photography#ixzz26Ls08xSW

A Beginners Guide to Capturing Motion in Your Photography

Katy Beveridge presents her student dissertation as a part of proto  animation research. She proves that all simple ideas are awesome. As she  added "This is more like a phenakistoscope which uses the shutter speed of  the camera to create the strobe effect instead of the slits." Watch the  video under the cut.  [button size=big link=http://www.katybeveridge.com/ target=blank]Katy  Beveridge[/button]

The Bicycle Animation

Katy Beveridge presents her student dissertation as a part of proto animation research. She proves that all simple ideas are awesome. As she added "This is more like a phenakistoscope which uses the shutter speed of the camera to create the strobe effect instead of the slits." Watch the video under the cut. [button size=big link=http://www.katybeveridge.com/ target=blank]Katy Beveridge[/button]

These Bicycle Wheel Animations Are Only Visible Through a Video Camera

These Bicycle Wheel Animations Are Only Visible Through a Video Camera

Blooms: Strobe-Animated Sculptures on Vimeo

Blooms are printed sculptures designed to animate when spun under a strobe light.

John Edmark created a 3D-printed series, dubbed 'Blooming Zoetrope Sculptures'

Hypnotic Moving 3D-Printed Sculptures By John Edmark

John Edmark, an inventor/designer/artist that teaches design at Stanford, has created a series of printed “Fibonacci Zoetrope” sculptures that come to life when spun under a strobe light or are captured by a video camera with a very fast shutter speed.

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Product designer John Edmark has shared instructions for creating his Blooming Zoetrope Sculptures, which are based on naturally occurring examples of the Fibonnaci sequence and "golden angles" in nature, on DIY website Instructables.

Des sculptures de Fibonacci en zootrope

Des sculptures de Fibonacci en zootrope


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