Cinemetric Movie Fingerprints by Frederic Brodbeck

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Cinemetric Movie Fingerprints by Frederic Brodbeck

As part of his bachelor graduation project at the Royal Academy of Arts, Frederic Brodbeck created these amazing movie fingerprints he calls 'cinemetrics'. Each fingerprint uniquely summarizes the film being analyzed by converting editing structure, scene color, and speech/motion patterns into a colorful, moving orb of data. No two movies are the same and a comparison of films within like genres reveals some fascinating trends and differences.

I love that Frederic has taken a diverse medium and reduced it to its core elements. Within seconds we are able to gather a wealth of information about each film's pace, look, length, and cinematic style.

Design, cinemetric, infographic
Design, cinemetric, infographic

Design, cinemetric, infographic
Design, cinemetric, infographic
Design, cinemetric, infographic
Design, cinemetric, infographic
Design, cinemetric, infographic

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Stephen Olmstead

Hey there, I'm Stephen. I'm an interaction designer at Drawbackwards who's passionate about minimalistic user interfaces and intuitive user experiences. I'm an outspoken tech gadget enthusiast, listener of epic movie soundtracks, and dedicated husband and father. Drop me a line on twitter @TheOlmstead, I love chatting with my peers!

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