Artist Chris Coleman rides the Denver Light Rail, and one day, started to record the train and its stations with a handheld 3-D scanner and laptop. (Sure. Why not. Probably a long ride.) He then digitally manipulated the scans to make METRO Re/De-construction, a video art project. The bumps and speed of the train affected Coleman’s hand while he was taking the scans; they show up in the video in forms of fragments and missing pieces. From Coleman’s page:
The results are kaleidoscopic, mind-warping, and seriously fun to watch.