Imagine a clock, besides constructed from a whole lot of different clocks that after solely existed in video games. That’s what artist and video editor Duncan Robson is crowdfunding to create. He needs to ultimately stream the supercut on-line, synced as much as wherever you’re, so theoretically it may very well be used to inform the time – or simply as a celebration of a really particular and but widespread factor to see whereas enjoying. Take a peek on the Kickstarter trailer beneath:
Robson is an previous hand with regards to creating these sorts of supercuts. There’s Let’s Enhance, virtually two minutes of TV and film people getting a greater view of grainy pictures; a tumbleweed collection made for Columbus Museum of Art; and plenty of others on his YouTube channel.
He’s additionally been doing a implausible job documenting all types of fascinating mundanities in games for years, from the aforementioned tumbleweeds, to hotdogs and manholes. “However long it takes, I do not see myself losing interest in the project,” he notes within the Kickstarter description, and he additionally says he’s already recognized over 900 video game timepieces to utilize.
This newest venture is impressed by an identical piece from artist Christian Marclay, merely known as The Clock. Marclay’s model makes use of movie and TV clips, reasonably than video games, however in any other case it’s broadly the identical concept.
This crowdfunding marketing campaign is simply to cowl the price of making one of many eventual 24 hours, in order that Robson can use it as a proof of idea earlier than attempting to fund the entire thing. On the opposite hand, he does point out that he may make extra straight away if the fund “goes significantly over” its £1,850 ($2,400) objective. At the time of writing, it’s already a few third of the best way there with 28 days nonetheless to go.
“If this is the kind of weird thing that you’d like to exist, please throw in a couple of dollars,” says Robson, and why on earth wouldn’t it’s? You can contribute over on Kickstarter.