The Sky at day & how to Kickstarter project

A history of the sky by Ken Murphy  is worth, not only watching, but also checking out the rather interesting organisation who helped him organise the project funding Kickstarter.

The video of A history of the Sky

“A bit more about the project: I installed a custom camera rig on the roof of the Exploratorium museum in SF, which captured an image of the sky every 10 seconds, around the clock, for a year. From these images, I created an array of time-lapse movies, each showing a single day, arranged chronologically, and playing in sync. My intention was to reveal the patterns of light and weather over the course of a year.”

Ken Murphy

Our comments:

1 Watch in full screen  mode

2 It’s an 18 x 20 matrix (360 as the US day count convention!)

3 The time of day appears in day 360

4 It does rain in California – not very often though!

5 The Kickstarter page for this project

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Ken Murphy



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