Something quickly moving, like, you would think, balls being juggled, isn’t a good subject for a time-lapse sequence. The juggling time-lapse video below, however, looks amazing; like the balls are held in their patterns as streaks. It was produced by Lukas Trötzmüller and Joachim Hering, and was meant to highlight the juggling scene in Graz Austria and as an experimental movie.
I had no idea this was a common thing there, but it sounds like a really interesting place to visit.
The video looked to me like since the juggling is done in a repetitive motion, the balls appear to stay in one place as a streak. The answer is quite a bit more involved, and I was able to catch up to Lukas for the rest of the story after the video: Continue reading