Roger created two casts of human figures out of wax and melted them over a three month period with lightbulbs in the crypt of St Botolph’s Church, London. This was filmed by an interactive pan/tilt/zoom camera that was programmed with 8 preset views every 5 seconds. My job was to write a program in Director to automatically separate the 80,000+ images into their constituent views and create time lapsed movies of the views. The difficulty was that the camera wasn’t always precisely pointed and the lighting conditions varied, so I had to design a filter that accommodated for these vagaries. Here are the results.