The 360/24 - Haytor project was partially inspired by the opportunity to show work in a very large cylindrical projection space with an extreme aspect ratio for the screen as a whole.
A quick test for showing the images as a 'single' lined up video, playing with different frame-rates.
A panorama every hour for 24 hours, averaged out into a single exposure. Initially it just looks bland, but if you look carefully at the top of the rock piles you can make out some silhouettes...
18:00Stop me and buy one.The ice cream wagon from the top car park heads off to visit his mate down in the lower car park, then they both go home.
20:00Got back to the top to find that someone had ripped up the bag of stones that I'd made to weigh down the tripod. Fortunately I'd bought extra bags.
22:00Pink skies from the post-sunset light, while someone on the very top of the rock explains what can be seen in different directions.
24:00Sweep of lighthouse beams on the distant coast, car headlights sweep across the top of the Rocks.
19:00An old old blue coach crawls up the hill at 20 miles an hour, collecting irate motorists.
21:00The power kiter is still going strong.The sky is a bit like being in a large bowl - edges of cloud all the way around the circumference and clear overhead.
23:00Dark. Overcast so no stars, but the ground is lighter as a result of light pollution reflecting off the clouds.The remaining camper van leaves the car park.