Watch a girl age decades, almost imperceptibly, in minutes
(Credit: Screenshot by Tim Hornyak/CNET)
Yesterday I saw a photo of myself from 16 years ago. I was struck by how the years — and all that hair — seem to have slipped away so quickly. It feels like I’ll wake up tomorrow and it’ll be 2030.
By then, of course, we’ll be uploading our minds to our immortal robot clones. But for now, age keeps coming back to haunt us like an annoying Adobe Flash update.
That’s why a new video from filmmaker Anthony Cerniello is so striking. It shows a girl slowly and almost imperceptibly aging decades in about four minutes.
“Danielle,” embedded below, was produced with a team of animators and a still photographer, Keith Sirchio.
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