Life-Size Gundam Statue Shot in Time-Lapse Video With Dynamic Clarity
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Self-described "Gundam Videographer" darwinfish105 posted an HDR time-lapse video of the 1/1-scale Gundam statue that returned to Tokyo's Odaiba island on April 19. High Dynamic Range (HDR) is a technique that creates greater dynamic range between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than current standard digital imaging methods. It allows for a more accurate range of intensity levels found in real scenes.
The video does not include the previously unveiled Christmas decorations he posted earlier.
Darwinfish105's previous videos include footage of the "life-size" model of the FF-X7 Core Fighter from the first Mobile Suit Gundam television anime series, displayed at the Hobby Museum at the Shizuoka Hobby Fair in 2010. The same film-maker also took footage of the life-size Gundam statue when it was standing in Shizuoka, a time-lapse video of it disassembled, and a series of the Gundam bust topiary in bloom.