Noise: Error in the Void / ScanLAB

Glitched stills and video taken from the large scale 3D scanning project of Berlin’s Oberbaum bridge, by UK based ScanLAB Projects studio of Matthew Shaw and William Trossell.

The two films of Noise: Error in the Void presented at London’s Surface Gallery, take viewer on a series of orbits around a single, unedited, scan captured in Berlin in November 2013. The camera journeys through the droning spheres of error and cataclysmic arrays of inaccurate points

 

ScanLAB Projects, Noise Error in the Void

ScanLAB Projects, Noise Error in the Void 4

ScanLAB Projects, Noise Error in the Void 2

ScanLAB Projects, Noise Error in the Void 1

via bldg blog

Origin

LED installation by United Visual Artists and Scanner

for The Creators Project (NY 2011 – San Francisco 1012) / Via SoundsofNone

bug in the matrix

This is the rolling shutter effect: a cell phone camera records what it sees by scanning from one side of the frame to the other (or top to bottom), and strange things happen when the scene you are shooting moves faster than the image scanner. Here’s a video explaining the effect.
Found here and here.