Some new experiments with camera and projector
I wanted to make my posts some more lively using some given static images.
So I tried some product images to become moving using cin camera and projector features.
Check it out if you like -> https://radszene.de/equipment/bikes/rose-sneak-plus/
It is a basic HTML5 video element looped, muted, autoplay, no controls
Interesting. Not too sure about the "moving bicycle" as I am not sure it can really move backwards but with Cinelerra you can certainly make it do so! It did not take long to figure out why it is called "Sneak" -- you would never know it was an e-bike. Since there are so many "tame" paved trails here in Colorado as well as ones that do require "Climbing over beaver dams, falling into streams and sinking in the mud", you could easily "sneak" this bike onto the pavement where e-bikes are prohibited and no one would even know.
A good idea, @cincity! A race between two bikes: Black and White. And the White win!
@phylsmith2004 Thank you for your feedback. This absolutely is a new idea of "Sneak". I didn't figure that out that by myself.
@igorbeg Thank you for your feedback!
One intention was to emphasize the importance that the lady model is as good as the male one. And if you are fit you can be even faster. Women often have to use male models with smaller frame sizes. This lower midframe cut is not necessary at sports but it is a statement at urban style cycling. I hope you understand what I want to say.
Technically I also try to make my website posts more interactive and more dynamic. The clip is only 800 kb in filesize and it is visible on desktop and mobil at site load directly at first view without scrolling. I think it is important to show dynamics at content which deals about dynamic and movement.