01 Dec '11, 4pm

Watch this: Artist compiles 3 million images into a year-long mosaic of time-lapsed skies

Watch this: Artist compiles 3 million images into a year-long mosaic of time-lapsed skies

Over at the Cloud Appreciation Society they talk of how clouds are "Nature’s poetry, and the most egalitarian of her displays, since everyone can have a fantastic view of them." San Francisco-based artist Ken Murphy must have thought the same when he rigged up a camera that would shoot images of his city's skies for a year, culminating in a beautiful time-lapse video mosaic of over 3 million images that show the skies' variegated moods. Murphy installed a camera programmed to take an image every ten seconds (or 8,640 photos a day) on the rooftop of the Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco. Compiling the millions of resulting images in a single video that chronologically shows 360 mini-videos -- one for almost each day, and all starting at the same time, just before sunrise. Watching the video, it's amazing to see all this visual information compressed into one continuous ...

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/natural-sciences/history-sky-ar...

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