February 22, 2014 | FX, Uncategorized, video technology

Condense a Popular Feature Film to One Minute

What if you translated each frame of the movie into a stick-figure animation that condensed the film to 60 seconds. 1A4 Studio has done it. They call it a Speed Run animation. Die Hard the movie has rarely been seen this way. 1A4 Studio has condensed a number of other popular feature films into their minimalist style including Star Wars, Back to the Future, The Matrix, Aliens, Terminator 2, The Big Lebowski, Fight Club, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Pulp Fiction and Blade Runner.

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