Experience bullet-time photography for yourself with this 360-degree photo booth that has popped up in Sydney.
If you're not familiar with bullet-time photography, think back to scenes from films like The Matrix, which show a moment in time captured from many different angles. To the audience, it appears as though they are rotating around the action. Australian collective the Splice Boys have become.
As a promotional tool for Asus and Intel, a bullet-time rig has appeared in Sydney, consisting of 36 Canon EOS 1100D SLRs. Each has been fitted out with the stock-standard 18-55mm kit lens and a series of triggers for capturing photos. Participants stand in the middle of the circuit while the rig triggers the cameras, capturing a 360-degree view of the action.
The finished sequence of images is converted to a video, and uploaded to YouTube.
The photo booth has already visited Melbourne and Brisbane, and will be in Sydney until Thursday, 20 December.