Vimeo User Glued Apollo Mission Photos into a 3-Minute Video

Harrison Icus noticed, that if he clicked through Project Apollo Archive photographs quickly, it looked like a stop motion animation.

On Saturday, October 10, Vimeo user Harrison Icus uploaded on his channel a video where he identified the chronological order of the photographs from the recently published Apollo Mission Archive, PetaPixel writes.

In a 3-minute video the author combined several hundred photographs made by the American astronauts during their journey to the Moon to turn them into a stop motion animation that helps you understand in which order the pictures published by NASA in early October 2015 were taken.

“I was looking through the Project Apollo Archive and at one point, I began clicking through a series of pics quickly and it looked like stop motion animation, — рассказывает авторthe author says. — So, I decided to see what that would look like without me having to click through it.”

Earlier, American director of photography Tom Kucy uploaded a video where he brought to life with motions the pictures from Project Apollo Archive.


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