Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Equestrian spatiotemporal distortion

"It is generally accepted that it takes time for visual awareness of an exposed stimulus to emerge. One of the potentially interesting theoretical questions could be posed this way: is the temporal lag of the observer's visual experience of an equestrian stimulus constant, or is it a variable of the spatiotemporal availability of the stimulus?"

Pondering on the effects of equitation practice on visual awareness, Sam Renseiw developed a short piece of horse-footage, in a controlled space environment (getting some spatial audio interference in, though). Re-view it for testing the temporal lag by clicking here, or enter the icon above. (patafilm # 317, 01'52'', 8.6 MB, Quicktime/mov - Flash version for PC at Blip.tv)