So this is a data bend from a while ago, but currently the last one I have finished. It’s from the Bonne Terre Mines in Missouri, the largest man-made underground cave structures (although most of the mines are now underwater). Back in the day they were lead mines. Now they’re a tourist attraction. And now it’s also a data bend:
Even for a series of experiments, this one is much more abstract than some of the others (due in large part because, surprise surprise, there’s not a lot of light underground). The shimmering and jumping effect, then, becomes even more noticed, as does each extra pixel and splash of “missing green”. I like it. I’m also a big fan of the cameo of my brother-in-law Hector at the end as he turns around and is almost stuck in a pixelized time loop. It’s like a monster from a J-Horror movie about a monster that attacks video pirates.