My buddy Bruce came across the Slow Movie Player (git hub repo) and we decided to build our own. (Also see the Instructable). The project uses an eInk display and a Raspberry Pi to show movies at one frame a minute instead of 24 per second. Watching a movie on this device could take six months!
Rather than a frame a minute, I wanted to show a random frame from a random movie every minute. This would be ever changing wall art. When friends are over we can look to see the displayed image and remember some great scene from an excellent movie. Much to my surprise, the project already had command options to run in just this way. Sweet!
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