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A Colorful Barcode of The Fellowship of the Ring

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Apr 19 2011, 10:44am

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A Colorful Barcode of The Fellowship of the Ring Can't Post

What would you get if you compressed every single frame of The Fellowship of the Ring into a single image? Well, thanks to Ringer Moviebarcodefan, we now know...
Take a look at this awesome site – this guy compressed every frame of Lord of the Rings into a single image. You can see the amazing work Peter Jackson did with LOTR in a beautiful coloured “barcode“. The Shire, Rivendell, The Pass of Caradhras, ...

Check out the full res of this image and other popular movie barcodes at their website! [Moviebarcodes]


taekotemple
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Apr 19 2011, 6:11pm

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I had a look at all of them! [In reply to] Can't Post

What an interesting idea! I hope the person who does them will do barcodes of Towers and Return (this person did all three Godfather movies, so could be) so we can compare them. It was fun to look at the barcode and try to figure out what happened when.


SirDennisC
Nevle-flah


Apr 19 2011, 8:14pm

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Another interesting thing there [In reply to] Can't Post

is to try to remember the colour pallet of the film before revealing its code. Some came pretty close to the overall impression from memory, some were rather surprising.

 
 

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