Memoirs of a Scanner is based on the life of an office scanner and is shot entirely with a HP photo scanner.

Memoirs of a Scanner depicts the life of an office scanner and was made by a team of USC graduates, using an HP photo scanner to shoot scans and tell its story. Damon Stea of Mindfruit Studios explains:

The shoot probably took around six hours of pure, unadulterated face-to-the-scanner animating, followed by pickup shots of all the papers and transitions. Editing was pretty quick as well — it was a remarkably simple process to actually complete.

The movie screened at the Disposable Film Festival, San Francisco, which exhibits films produced without using movie cameras. Instead, the film makers use cellphones, point-and-shoot cameras, webcams and various image capture devices to shoot their films.

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