Arts at MIT

 

Client: Arts at MIT
The Arts at MIT department wanted to raise awareness about the many art-related programs on campus. They asked for a different style of a film: a fast-paced hyperlapse animation. Like timelapse, hyperlapse requires making hundreds of photographs of a subject that can be animated into a highly compressed sense of time. Hyperlapse adds camera movement to the photography—a technically complex process, but with powerful effects.  We felt it was important to integrate stories into the animations and, despite their impossibly busy schedules, the MIT students were eager to cooperate!

 
animation, educationYari Wolinsky