In this technique, a film image is converted into a digital form that can be displayed on a computer.
Two people run in place at the end, with film images passing by quickly.
The beam of light "scans" across the film image from left to right to record the horizontal frame information.
To make room for the other items, the film image has to be small.
Many of the film images would stand up as great stills.
When you have to wait several hours for the film image to be developed, that's a good idea.
This variation resulted in some areas of the film image appearing more stretched than others.
We tend to think of film images as real, because the person who was preserved must have been present before the camera.
The subtitles are not on the film image, but just below the screen in amber type.
There are also film images of a heart operation, related to the emotions on view.