VSSTV: Very Slow Scan Television

VSSTV: Very Slow Scan Television

The Very Slow Scan Television (VSSTV) project is an image-rendering device that rebroadcasts television from the historic public domain at the rate of one frame per day.

Kyle Studstill
  • 26 january 2010

The Very Slow Scan Television (VSSTV) project is an image-rendering device that rebroadcasts television from the historic public domain at the rate of one frame per day. A plotting device injects sheets of bubble wrap with the primary cathode-ray tube colors, resulting over a time in an entire visual frame.

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