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Construct a limited theatrical cast of
large roughly humanoid robots capable
slow movement. Program the robots to
perform what would be a ten-minute
scene at human speeds. Get the robots
to perform it in a public place at 1/60
speed. Dawn and dusk frame the piece.
mere blips in the
Show the resulting film as a 10 minute
[Aside: the 'stage' would probably have
to be pre-drilled with holes and the feet
of the 'actors' fitted with retractable
spikes to allow the to walk at 1/60 speed
Bravia bunny ad
And kozyndan, the artist they ripped off for that. [jutta, Jan 14 2008]
||This has already been done with Keanu Reeves's face. I have watched several movies in which he has gone through only one facial expression.
||It's also been done with people, rather than robots, for music videos. And there is that gorgeous ad of multicolor rabbits bounding through Times Square, etc.
||But that was traditional stop motion animation, not robots. But yeah, I guess the effect is the same. (IMHO, it works for cars, but with people, it's just irritating.)