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February 2, 2015 AT 1:00 pm

A New York City Minute, Frozen in Time

We love this short film from Paul Trillo. A few of the settings featured are not far from the Adafruit Office!

From The Atlantic:

In this short film, director Paul Trillo takes you on a whirling, spinning tour of the Big Apple. Trillo is a wildly inventive filmmaker with a great eye for the uncanny, as shown in his previous work. He says that this project is about “real people” and “everyday life” in the city: “I wanted to capture these New York City moments, the sort of street photography style, but in a new and interesting way.” Trillo built a custom bullet-time rig to film each scene, which allowed him to simultaneously capture 50 images aligned on an arc. When edited together, it appears as if time is frozen; the camera revolves up and down, through the city.

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