29.01.13 by Jeff

Slitscanner.js

Slitscanner.js by sha hwang
Sha Hwang has created a bookmarklet that you can add to your browser and use it to slitscan any Youtube or Vimeo video! Just drag this link to your bookmark bar: slitscanner. Then open a video in Vimeo (make sure you are using HTML5) and click on the bookmarklet. SO COOOL.

I created the above image using this Lazer Sword video (this is also the example Sha uses on his site). Sha says users can download the code and modify it. He’s publishing slitscans to: shahwang.tumblr.com

 

sketches.postarchitectural.com/slitscanner













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Elias

    so how do i make sure i’m using html5 cuz it’s not doing anything when i click it

  • “for Vimeo you will need to select “Switch to HTML5 Player” in the lower right on the video pages.”

  • Nelson Duarte

    doesnt happen anything when i click on bookmark, its frustating 😮





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