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In case you haven't heard about Time Piles, Dylan Romer explains his trippy new art app

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I love how I wrote this about Dylan and the first image on this video of the interview is me with my tongue out. Thanks, Dylan.

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For years, South Florida-bred artist and daytime software developer Dylan Romer ran around town with a laptop, a camcorder, and an XBox 360 controller. Armed with a BFA from FIU, an MFA from UF, and a homemade program, he created live psychedelic video art that screened at galleries around Miami. He captured events as they happened — people booty-dancing at shows, performance artists writhing, drummers pounding — and translated the images into choppy renderings of reorganized time. Through his program, the world looks like a moving collage of double exposed images.

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