[NetBehaviour] the peterbilt sonata

Stefan Immelmann-Winter sim.winter at soy.de
Thu Jul 28 09:42:47 CEST 2005


Hi lewis, watched it from the start to the end... i like the style. First 
having a larger image that includes a motion object makes absolut sense in 
terms of accessability on the web. Second... The title - image and the 
motion object get into a communication or we as beholder can start to put 
questions and interprete connections between title image and motion object.

thanks

sim.

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Subject: [NetBehaviour] the peterbilt sonata


> the peterbilt sonata
> by lewis lacook
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> an experiment with video
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> http://lewislacook.corporatepa.com/the_peterbilt_sonata/
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> Quick Time movie, HTML
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