What phenomenon would you want to observe in slow motion if you had a high-speed camera at your disposal? The JHC Challenge of spring 2024 will give you access to this high-speed camera.
The prototyping lab JHC challenges all LUT and LAB students to come up with ideas and apply for the JHC Hidden in Time program.
The videos will be screened by the JHC team, and the accepted ones will be published on the JHC YouTube channel in March 2024. The winner will be the one that has collected the most views before the JHC Spring Seminar.
Apply to join the JHC Hidden in Time challenge
1. Come up with an idea and put together a group of people to realize it. The video must be shot during opening hours and on or in the immediate vicinity of the JHC premises.
2. Familiarize yourself with the camera (Freefly Wave). There are plenty of instructional videos on YouTube; for example, Freefly wave slowmo camera review & tutorial.
3. Reserve the camera in the Outlook calendar like any other JHC device (Laite: JHC High-speed camera LPR (LUT | LPR | 1 person).
4. Shoot and edit your video. Edit with software such as DaVinci resolve 18, which is free and has plenty of instructional videos on YouTube; for example, DaVinci Resolve 18 Tutorial | Beginners' Quick-Start Guide.
The video must be shot during opening hours and on or in the immediate vicinity of the JHC premises.
- save the video in MP4 format (YouTube video and audio formatting specifications)
- minimum quality 1080p@25/30
- maximum length 5 minutes
5. Send the video to email@example.com by March 22. Use OneDrive or the like for large files.
When the videos are ready and accepted by JHC staff, they will all be published at the same time on JHC’s YouTube channel in early April. This will allow each video to be online for the same length of time.
6. The winner will be announced and presented with an award in the JHC Spring Seminar on April 24, 2024. The winner will receive an Aalef gift card.