San Diegos Traffic sorted by Color

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Schöner neuer Clip von dem Herrn mit dem genauso großartigen wie unmöglichen Namen Cy Kuckenbaker, Making Of in Kuckenbakers Blog gibt's hier, Creators Project hat ein Video-Portrait, Snip:

In this new video I took a four minute shot of state highway 163, which is San Diego’s first freeway then removed the time between cars passing and reorganized them according to color. I was curious to see what the city’s car color palette looked like when broken down. […]

There is a discrepancy between the time collapse and the source footage. For technical reasons some car shapes and movements were unworkable and those cars were dropped. I only counted this once but here’s the breakdown:

Lane 1 (far left): 111 cars passed 107 appear
Lane 2: 82 cars passed 71 appear
Lane 3: 143 cars passed 137 appear
Lane 4 (far right): 134 cars passed 127 appear
Overpass: 22 cars passed 22 cars appear
Total cars lost: 28

That means that the real traffic in that four minutes is actually about six percent heavier than the time collapse depicts.

San Diego Study #3: San Diego Traffic Time Collapsed and Reorganized by Car Color (via Waxy)

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