iPhone Captures Amazing Inside View From A Guitar As Its Being Played

The are many interesting videos that have been captured using an iPhone but this innovative musician Kyle Jones decided to drop his iPhone inside his guitar before strumming out a tune. Which has captured some amazing visuals of the strings vibrating as the guitar is played. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

The effects captured within the video are caused by the rolling shutter effect of the iPhone’s camera which scans over the frame either vertically or horizontally allowing the effect to develop as not every part of the image is captured at the same time.

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4 Responses to iPhone Captures Amazing Inside View From A Guitar As Its Being Played

  1. Steve B says:

    Have a look at this video that also demonstrates the “rolling shutter” effect.

    http://youtu.be/ltMPMz37VPk

  2. Deskarati says:

    Wow. There must be some good use that this effect could be put to?

  3. Steve B says:

    Interestingly, I tried to video my guitar using the iPhone and I could not get the effect to work, but I will keep trying. If you would like to see an explanation of the effect have a look at this video
    http://youtu.be/17PSgsRlO9Q

  4. alfy says:

    Exciting both visually and aurally. I was slightly disturbed by the background image, which I managed to identify as the Texas Schoolbook Depository in downtown Dallas. Could we have a park, or a grassy knoll or maybe a seashore next time?

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