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Behind the Work: 360 Project

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Ryan Enn Hughes used 48 cameras placed in a circle and triggered simultaneously to produce dance shorts like you've never seen before. Dancers from Northbuck and Canada's National Ballet School performed while the 48 cameras were triggered, all at the same time, capturing a peak moment of action. The result was a motion sequence made up of multiple still photographs.

London-based Zelig Sound did the soundscape, while camera rigging was designed by The Big Freeze. The first spot features ballet dancers, while the second one takes a completely different dance style -- the Krump -- with both films seamlessly blending still photography and motion to create a 360-degree experience.

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