to your mobile phone
A system offering ready-made mobile phone videoclips of events or exhibitions you visit.
Nowadays nearly every mobile phone has a camera and video-function. All activities in our daily life are recorded and shared on websites like Youtube. This revolutionary technique has turned us into full-time filmmakers, on duty for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The moment we foresee to witness something spectacular, we start filming. Too occupied with this, we forget to experience what we see at the time it happens. To solve this contemporary problem, the 'Outsourcing Experience' machine is being developed.
: The 'Outsourcing Experience' machine contains content created by professionals. The videoclips offer good quality, have the right angle and a proper timing, so you'll end up with a movie on your phone that your friends -do- want to see because it captured the action in an efficient and exciting way. A win-win situation. You've something interesting to show around and upload to your social media 2.0 network and Youtube. But the performers and/or organisers of an event are happy too. Glad that not hundreds of crappy undefinable recordings of some irrelevant aspect or moment make it to the internet, but a number of contextually properly made videos instead. sndrv.nl/mobilethrill project-page
: The system allows you to record a videoclip of an event or exhibition on your mobile phone -after- seeing the show in a fully concentrated way. The machine works like a mini mobile phone cinema. You put your phone on a belt conveyer, video-recording turned on. Press the button. The phone slides into the machine. Wait for one minute, then your phone exits the machine having recorded an 'Outsourced Experience'. The target is to develop a number of 'Outsourcing Experience' machines to facilitate various cultural events, festivals and exhibitions.
: Audiences at events, festivals, shows or exhibitions. Required: owning a mobile phone with a video-recording function.
: The video-tranmission technique of the machine is quite uncommon since it's the contrary of digital, fast and controllable. The machine is mechanical, it requires you to be patient, and losing sight of your 'exteneded/external eyes and ears device' and thrusting it to a machine is a nerve wrecking action nowadays, but it greatly enhances the impact of the viewing of the recorded outsourced experience. The machine is easy-to-use, does not give 'connection errors' or phone compatibility issues, it just works.