By Ryan Feeley
On 12, Mar 2007 |
| In Food, Toronto | By Ryan Feeley
Sunday dim sum at Rol San from now on will not be complete without recording a clip of all fellow diners using a digital camera and the lazy Susan in the middle of the table.
March 12, 2007
hee hee, nice video ryan. i like the spinning action. who’s the cute guy with the glasses? the other guy! :p
Hey– good job- I like this idea- I feel like I was there with you.
March 13, 2007
Ryan, this is brilliant.
Thanks Rohan! I did this with my very old but very trusty Ricoh RDC-7 Digital Camera which has a flip-screen so the subjects can watch themselves being filmed. We ate at Rol San which is my favourite Dim Sum place in town (when I’m paying).
March 14, 2007
This is amazing! I am so stealing this 😉
Heya Ryan, that is really nice to see! I like when the ride speeds up at the end and everything is stretched in a blur…I felt like I was on one of those spinny playground toys…it would be cool to do one of these mini mechanical camera moves to the sound track of being on a rollercoaster…or a ferris wheel…and your site – she is so lovely and smart! –
March 17, 2007
Very cool. I feel like I was there with you – only if I was there with you, I probably wouldn’t have thrown up in my lap like I did just now.
Ryan Feeley has been designing powerful, usable, web-based applications since 1995. Currently he is a user experience designer at Mozilla Toronto. He lives with his wife Julia facing Greenwood Yards.
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