<p><i>24×360</i> uses a camera rig to capture frozen moments of illuminated craziness.</p>
OK, so this video might only be 55 seconds long, but that’s more than enough time. Called 24×360 it’s a collaboration between Patrick Rochon, Timecode Lab, and Eric Paré, and what they call a “purely artistic and experimental project.” Like Richard Kendall's light painted bullet time video, it combines a rig of cameras, in this case 24, with light painting to produce frozen, trailing images captured in 360 degrees.
There’s no denying the technique looks impressive, especially if you clothe the subjects in futuristic costumes, so marvel at the video above and check out some of the individual images below.
So now that two (as far as I’m aware) different videos have used the technique, we can officially call it a “thing.”