I only saw 5 mins of Pather Panchali (india, 1955, B&W) but I was struck by the film work, the lighting, the way it was ambient. So without seeing the other 1h 55m the normal way I’ve been using it as test material for algorithmic art, trying to understand what’s good and bad about AI identifying objects and people, making sense of how in physics “shortest path” / “conservation of volume”, while not a rule of itself, comes from inertia and YET I’m amazed at the difficult lengths we humans go through to try to do this on 2D images – and with 3D image objects it gets REALLY mathematically complicated. This tells me a few things about “how we go about things” – good and not so good. But I love this image from my last experiment.

I only saw 5 mins of Pather Panchali (india, 1955, B&W) but I was struck by the film work, the lighting, the way it was ambient. So without seeing the other 1h 55m the normal way I’ve been using it as test material for algorithmic art, trying to understand what’s good and bad about AI identifying objects and people, making sense of how in physics “shortest path” / “conservation of volume”, while not a rule of itself, comes from inertia and YET I’m amazed at the difficult lengths we humans go through to try to do this on 2D images – and with 3D image objects it gets REALLY mathematically complicated.
 
This tells me a few things about “how we go about things” – good and not so good. But I love this image from my last experiment.
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