The Very Slow Movie Player shows films at a fraction of normal speed
There's surely a movie you love enough that you wish you could put it on your walls.
The Very Slow Movie Player (VSMP) is a device that plays films at 24 frames an hour, rather than the usual 24 frames a second.
In a Medium post, designer Bryan Boyer explained that he put the project together to "celebrate slowness." The device consists of an ePaper display, hooked up to a Raspberry Pi computer with custom software, and housed in a 3D-printed case.
Every 2.5 minutes, one frame from the film stored on the computer’s memory card is extracted, converted to black-and-white, then displayed on the screen. Read more...More about Tech, E Ink, Epaper, Tech, and Other
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