Originally guest posted by James Houston
Nexus Productions’ Jim Le Fevre was one of the excellent people that welcomed me to London with open arms. We were both speakers at Interesting2008, and had have been mutually backslapping each other ever since.
Jim discovered that he can recreate a Zoetrope using the shutter speed on a camera as the strobe effect to separate the frames, and a Technics turntable as the rotating base. Simply beautiful and beautifully simple.
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