The above image was taken on Thursday 21st November during a Welshot Chester Academy Evening. The theme this month was “light painting”.
The Welshot logo was actually “painted” with a LED / Raspberry PI open source system that I made using instructions from Adafruits site below: learn.adafruit.com/light-painting-with-raspberry-pi/
For more information about Welshot see their site: www.welshotimaging.co.uk
Thanks for the heads up, Mark! If you’re interested in trying this out for yourself, check out the tutorial below from the Adafruit Learning System.
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Light Painting with Raspberry Pi – Light painting is an artistic photographic technique combining long exposure times with lights in motion. Traditionally these images have been hand-painted with a penlight…but more recently, affordable microcontrollers and addressable RGB LEDs have brought a new high-tech twist to the idea. (read more)
Eink, E-paper, Think Ink – Collin shares six segments pondering the unusual low-power display technology that somehow still seems a bit sci-fi – http://adafruit.com/thinkink
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