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microflicks

Back in 2006, David Corbet and I were working closely on a bunch of different projects. Often this included working with video in various ways. We got interested in pruning moving images down to the cellular (frame) level; that is, editing frames of movement to attempt to generate flickers of screendance. micro50s were born — the 50 referring to how many frames in 2 seconds of PAL video — and we called the project microflicks.

I finally got round to putting an archive of the micro50s up here at https://www.skellis.net/microflicks.

microflicks

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