[seqfan] Re: OEIS: the movie!
benoit.jubin at gmail.com
Sat Dec 19 15:23:40 CET 2009
Very nice movie!
To me, the movie could be slower (almost twice as slow): when I found
a graph interesting, I barely had time to hit the "pause" button
before the next was displayed. Also, all graphs were not displayed for
exactly the same amount of time on my computer, but I think (and hope)
that it was a buffering problem: I haven't downloaded the movie.
If slower, the movie might be too long, and since there are some
graphs very similar to each other, there could be another, shorter,
movie with only 200 to 500 sequences, still representative of the
types of patterns one obtains.
The graph of the sequence used for the soundtrack could be displayed
as the last graph, for a slightly longer time.
And again, good job!
On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 3:12 AM, N. J. A. Sloane <njas at research.att.com> wrote:
> Dear Seq Fans, To go with the imminent launch
> of the OEIS wiki, Tony Noe has made a pretty spectacular
> movie (I think) which shows the first 1000 terms
> of 1000 sequences. Before we go public, we would
> appreciate any comments (Tony Noe's email is noe at sspectra.com).
> The URL is http://www.sspectra.com/math/OEISMovie.mov
> The safest way to open it is to launch Quick Time,
> then File / open URL
> The other way is to point Firefox directly to the URL,
> and hope that Firefox knows to call QuickTime.
> I was unable to get IE to work with it, from a PC,
> but that was probably because I never use either.
> The soundtrack for the movie is from playing A005132.
> The final frame gives more information.
> Tony, thanks for doing this!
> Best regards
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