E-Project: 360-Degree Images

December 7, 2011

By Conor Risch

© Ryan Enn Hughes

To create "The 360 Project," Ryan Enn Hughes photographed "krump" dancers from 48 different angles simultaneously, then created a video that cycles through each frame.

Drawing on elements of photography, Greek sculpture and filmmaking, Ryan Enn Hughes created a pair of videos that allow viewers to appreciate the grace, creativity and physical dexterity of dancers. The videos, collectively dubbed “The 360 Project,” freeze the dancers in motion, and then rotate around them to give the viewer a 360-degree view of their forms. Hughes, who is...

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