"Earthquake" DVD-ROM. Rodney Glick and Lynette Voevodin.
Client: Glick International
Dual synchronised DVD projection, 2.7m x 12.5m.
The film was constructed using 24 camera locations along Highway 94
in Western Australia. Each camera recorded 1 hour in a 24 hour day,
resulting in 24 lots of parallel streams of video footage. The footage
was compressed and composited together to play back simultaneously.
Two DVD projectors control 24 slices of video playing at once, side-by-side,
across a wide, wall-sized projection screen.
The entire 24 hour panorama can be viewed in 1 hour.
Mastery Multimedia was responsible for the post-production editing,
compression, colour grading and compositing of the video and sound streams,
plus the DVD authoring and mastering.
Earthquake was exhibited at the Art Gallery of Western Australia and
the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) during the Perth International
Arts Festival in 2002, in Germany and also in Sao Paulo, Brazil at the