I took a cell-phone video out of the window of Caltrain. I wasn't sure what to do with it. But soon I realized that by shooting video out of a moving train, I had inadvertantly created the world's largest camera array (a la Lytro). Using the information contained in these video frames, I could construct new panoramic perspectives on the landscape passing by, slicing and rearranging rays of light into impossible projections.
This page features two demonstrations of this idea. They're pretty fun! I hope you enjoy (and that they don't crash your browser).
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