This in turn pointed to a July 2010 update that referred to an exhibition of Muybridge’s work that was to be at Tate Britain from September 8 – January 16, 2011.
The Tate Britain site said “Create Your Own Muybridgized Images” and pointed to an iPhone app.
The trail from TheOnlinePhotographer to the iPhone App interested me and I had scribbled it down.
So the first stop-motion set I created with the Muybridgizer is this one of my fingers drumming on the sheet of paper.
The sheet of paper shows the breadcrumb trail of how I came to be there drumming my fingers.
It’s a pity that the sequence cannot be show as a video. Still – it looks good on the iPhone. You just take the sequence (it’s all pre-set) and when it is saved, you just sweep your fingers across the screen and the images flicker past.