by Justin Morgan
Demonstrate that the view of a camera
panning across the landscape captures perfect wonderment.
Let Y with respect to some unknown, x, be the view
of the camera panning across the landscape.
Where f with respect to time, t, is the underlying sum
of these views then the derivative of f must be Y.
Therefore it must follow:
Y(x) = f’(t)
f(t) = g’(dreams)
g’(dreams) = h(SIN(φ))
g(dreams) = ∫ h
∫ h = [Perfect Wonderment]
Y(x) = [Perfect Wonderment]