100 Steps.

For some reason we humans seem to skip steps from time to time, for instance there is one step missing for every ten steps in the video and there is always one last step. When people walk for prolonged periods, let's say a walk around a park, time and effort are displaced in the body, giving the impression that more steps were taken; the purpose of this project was to see if we could establish a base for successfully measuring urban sites and/or landmarks and still keep a relative low margin of error without the use of technical aids, just simple human locomotion. As it turns out, the method itself for counting differs from person to person and therefore a more elaborate system or applied rules are needed for it to be accurate within certain tolerances.

The resulting video is entertaining nonetheless.

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