A momentary lapse of riding

Fantastic BTS of a Motion Controlled MAX robot, a Phantom Flex high speed camera and 75 Canon 600D DSLR cameras into a Flatland BMX Cam Array, time slice effect.

The Motion Controlled MAX is based on a robotic arm hinged on 6 axles which allows for repeatable high speed and high precision camera movements and can also achieve double movements.

A momentary lapse of riding. from ART BMX MAGAZINE on Vimeo.

After almost 5 years of development, 3 days of preparation and 8 hours of shooting, This is the first BMX clip ever filmed combining : 4K Ultra high definition, PHANTOM Ultra slow motion and a 75 dslr CamArray.
Enjoy BMX flatland legend Viki Gomez in an epic link, filled with his creative and stylish riding. Directed by Christian Van Hanja, with the support of Propulsion, Sub-lab, Ciné-Motion-Lab, Ciné-lum and Profoto.

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