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 The project began with the concept of creating sounds from film negatives. Typically film is utilized to reproduce visual images onto a projector screen or print. In the case of movies, hundreds of feet of celluloid is reeled through the projector to produce moving pictures at 24 frames a second. These images produce visuals but no audio. The Audiloid attempts to produce audio from celluloid. The Audiloid will spin a roll of film, and a camera captures the film. By taking the average color of the frame, a sound is produced. Whenever the shot or scene of the film changes, the tone that the film produces will change. The exhibition version of the celluloid will be spinning a copy of the theatrical trailer of WALL-E. The spinning motion of the film is representative of WALL-E’s spinning wheels. The project began with the concept of creating sounds from film negatives. Typically film is utilized to reproduce visual images onto a projector screen or print. In the case of movies, hundreds of feet of celluloid is reeled through the projector to produce moving pictures at 24 frames a second. These images produce visuals but no audio. The Audiloid attempts to produce audio from celluloid. The Audiloid will spin a roll of film, and a camera captures the film. By taking the average color of the frame, a sound is produced. Whenever the shot or scene of the film changes, the tone that the film produces will change. The exhibition version of the celluloid will be spinning a copy of the theatrical trailer of WALL-E. The spinning motion of the film is representative of WALL-E’s spinning wheels.
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