It was realized that mobile capture provided very clear and smooth photographic information.  The next logical step was to look at film as a medium for photographically capturing a continuous present.  From such flows of information, frames could be extracted to submit to the automation.  Similar to our own perception, the technology is in need of gaps and space within the present in order to understand sequence (time) and relationships between moments (change in meaning, perception).

In this specific study, pre-existing films were used as “fields” for extrapolating “frames” for photogrammetric construction.  The style of filming (panning, rotation) becomes a key influence on the form that the model takes.  The path of the camera through the spaces of the set is cataloged within the model.