Circular films

The 360 Project uses 48 cameras, arranged in a circle, to explore the possibilities of combining stills and moving images.
Posted 10 Oct 11 By Design Indaba Creative Work / Design News Comments

The 360 Project by Toronto-based director and photographer Ryan Enn Hughes consists of two short films shot using 48 cameras on a 360 degree rig.

Ballet 360 and Krump 360 form the 360 series that explores the crossover between still and moving image.

Arranged in a circle, the 48 cameras are triggered simultaneously resulting in a film that shows what can be achieved with new imaging technologies and alternative production methods.