Some experiments in car images. Unless stated they are sequences generated from a single or panorama image. I am undecided if they are better presented at 24 frames per second or every 5/10/60 seconds. The 24 fps version is better for adding an audio track. Typical car audio is not particularly relaxing as ambient sound, so not useful being attached to the slow rate sequencing. However the fast sequences are useful to show a range of cars and their unique sounds.
The images below were taken at the Australian National Motor Museum in Birdwood, South Australia. Note the videos are encoded at 480p, so are not as sharp as 1080p versions. Some of the audio files are a “best attempt” and not fully accurate.
179 Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer 512
The audio works very well with the fast image sequence (24fps) as it conveys the unique sound of this type of car.
The slower sequence with images presented for 10 seconds takes over an hour to repeat. This emphasises the graphic elements of the car design. The 900 frames means that when one looks at the display on entering the room or looks up from working, a new view is presented – in contrast to a single paper print (the old way).
1935 Auburn 635 Phaeton
1925 Rolls Royce
1991 Motorcycle Speed Record Attempt
1946 Morgan three-wheeler