Stefan Landrock - Design & Software
Eternal Light 0.3
2011 → ongoing
Take control of your photographic memories.
Eternal Light is an OSX based time-machine that lets you control an infinite number (100,000+) of images over an iPad app and play them at any speed even synced to sound in realtime.
Paradoxically the more images we gather nowadays the more they disappear, their abundance makes them invisible. One can simply not sort, select nor present these memories to anyone. The light which was once captured with a great many devices is now hidden in our massive hard drives where nobody can see it. Hell knows who (ever) will.
Eternal Light is all about making this captured light shine again by making your abundant photographic memories accessible and perceivable. We are building a tool which lets you control, filter, present and animate vast amounts of HD images (and videos) at your fingertips in no time, at any speed, synced to any sound.
Photos taken from a trip from to Naoishima (Japan). Fixed framerate of approx. 8fps was used.
Example of using video footage with EL1. Taken in island.
Title: Eternal Light [Netzdemos]
A selection of photographs taken at street protests for the free web in Berlin.