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HCI, InfoVis

A Mixed Sense of Temporal and Spatial Variations

The picture below was taken surrounding a spot on Sounio, Greece. I guess the idea was, the photographer fixed the camera on a spot, rotated it 360 degree in 24 hours and took a picture every 15 minutes (that is about 3.75 degree for a single picture – imagine a sector of this degree exposed on the camera len) and then spliced them all together. The result is: as one sees the difference from day to night, the spatial difference also follows so it is a mixed sense of temporal and spatial variations, which is different from the installation of Last Clock.

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