Back in the day, before digital cameras had replaced film cameras, I checked out a fancy Olympus Digital Camera -- I think it boasted an incredible .5 Megapixel resolution -- and shot some pics of my friend Heide doing a little modern dance thingy. The Dance was fluid and smooth and cool, and really not at all like the pixelated blurry lo-res shots that I was bale to take between waiting for the camera to refresh.
As an exercise in the spirit of "what does one do in such a situation" when faced with the task of trying to present something that is difficult to present with source materials that are almost oppositionally opposed to the subject at hand, I put this together. And what I found was that, sure enough, it's difficult to do.
A choppy lo-res digital snapshot video of a much smoother dance.