A combination of stop-motion, light-painting, and hyperlapse, all coordinated by 24 Raspberry Pi cameras. DIY Bullet Time. — via RasberryPi.org
Getting this footage out was a very labour-intensive process – but the results are stupendous. The subject was filmed by a ring of 24 networked Raspberry Pi cameras working like a 3d scanner, taking pictures around the ring with a delay of 83 milliseconds between each one so that movement could be captured.
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