Slowmography

Slowmography - nederlands

Slowmography is een interactieve installatie, waarbij de bewegingen van het publiek worden vastgelegd in één intrigerend beeld. Het tijdsbestek bepaalt het beeld. Je kan snel bewegen of je kan met je vrienden in slow-motion bewegen of op andere wijze de interactie aangaan en kijken wat de uitkomst daarvan is in Slowmography.

Slowmography - english

Slowmography is an interactive installation that captures the movements of its audience in one intriguing image. The chosen timeframe determines the resulting image. You can move fast or very slow with your friends or find other ways of interacting and look at the outcome in Slowmography on the spot.

Sponsorship opportunities

“Good things never come alone…”

Become a sponsor of Slowmography and support developing these unique camera pieces and there results. With your help Slowmography can achieve more / better / and even greater pieces of art photography.

A lot of effort that goes into the development of Slowmography, which all is done with a huge stack of love and dedication. Never the less, the specialism of a divers range of components is being outsourced. This is where we need your help, either to accommodate your features helping to achieve new Slowmography products, or to organise a stage of some sort for Slowmography.

Interested and want to know more, please drop a line at: sponsorship@slowmography.com

Snijlab

Snijlab has plays a special role in the realization of the mini-scan camera revisited. They are the helping partner in the manufacture of many parts and with their high degree of precision and expertise they have made beautiful parts.
With the knowledge of materials and the possibilities of laser cutting Snijlab has brought added value to the mini-scan camera revisited.

www.snijlab.nl

The Nederlands Fotomuseum

‘David Smeulders kan toveren met camera’s en toch houdt hij het altijd simpel en begrijpelijk. Voor het Nederlands Fotomuseum ontwikkelde hij bijvoorbeeld een camera waarmee de bezoeker zichzelf op foto kon vastleggen en de foto via Flickr kon downloaden. Meer dan 25.000 maakten in drie jaar tijd gebruik van dit wondertje’. Ruud Visschedijk – directeur Nederlands Fotomuseum

www.nederlandsfotomuseum.nl

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