Automated Digital Photo Collage #celebratephotography


This project and the resulting series are incredible. From Tommy Mintz via Hackaday.io:

The Automated Digital Collage creates an interactive aggregative time lapse collage. Layering moment after moment of its own choosing, the ADPC creates a digital visual hoard, a decidedly nonhuman view of moments, which intrigues with its logic and strange algorithmic humor. The Automated Digital Photo Collage is made of a Raspberry Pi computer and Raspberry Pi camera attached to a screen or projector. The software is a Python program I wrote and it is freely available on on github.

Read more on Hackaday.io or GitHub and see more of the series on TommyMintz.com


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