Trailer for my (Clojure) project – YearLight™

By vijay on October 18, 2013 — 1 min read

Here’s a cool trailer of a Clojure project I’m working on in collaboration with Bradley Pitts Studio. Stay tuned for more info!

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  • I think that’s really cool. As soon as I saw the first color transitions against the time-lapse video I understood the relationship. I’d love something that not-only takes your longitude and latitude into account, but the local topology as well. For example, my daylight hours might be significantly be affected by whether I’m behind a hill relative to sunrise for part of the year. If you could nail this you will create something tremendously valuable (for agriculturalists, home-buyers, etc.).

    Humans have been aware of the importance of determining daylight hours for millennia, and to be honest I’m amazed that no-one has succeeded in seriously applying modern, readily-available technology to this ancient and fundamental comprehension of our surroundings.

    Oh the other hand of course I could be completely wrong! An inspiring introduction nevertheless, and I look forward to the official launch.

    P.S. Complete Clojure junkie here.

    • Hi Paul,

      Thanks for encouraging words. Bradley, the artist behind the concept has some very interesting ideas similar to what you said. I can’t promise anything at this stage, but it sure looks exciting :)