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Seriously Brainstorming the Next Generation of Serious Claims Anonymous 03/14/2017 (Tue) 19:48:59 [Preview] No. 18408
There are two kinds of show: Shows that are best enjoyed at their regular speed, and shows that are best enjoyed at 2x speed.

Shows best enjoyed at 2x speed are dry serious plot shows with a clear message. You can watch at 2x speed and get the whole message without wasting any time or becoming distracted. Shows best enjoyed at regular speed are lighthearted comedy and slice of life. You can fully take in the experience and enjoy the humor when watching at the slower regular pace.

Teekyuu is a fascinating serious deconstruction as its creators already sped it up to 2x in anticipation for viewing habits.


Anonymous 03/15/2017 (Wed) 11:40:38 [Preview] No. 18422 del
Then what kind of shows are best watched at .5x speed or lower? Kids shows?


Anonymous 03/15/2017 (Wed) 15:26:12 [Preview] No. 18427 del
>>18422
I have yet to discover such a show. Theoretically it shouldn't be possible. It's kind of similar to the theory of relativity, where you can go faster and farther into the future, but you're limited by the speed of light and can't go into the past.

Perhaps edutainment holds the answers we seek.


Anonymous 03/15/2017 (Wed) 17:05:57 [Preview] No. 18429 del
I've been doing some online research into serious discussionism lately. Here's a helpful article that sheds more light on the art than the author probably even realizes.

https://shittastes.wordpress.com/2013/12/01/elitism-in-the-anime-community/


Anonymous 03/16/2017 (Thu) 19:19:45 [Preview] No. 18453 del
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It is best to watch anime in 3 or 4 screens at once at different speeds to compensate for errors in the pacing.


Anonymous 03/16/2017 (Thu) 20:49:26 [Preview] No. 18455 del
>>18453
This is a fantastic idea I hadn't even considered. Pacing problems can be completely accounted for and corrected. No show needs to worry about poor pacing again!



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