Christina T. Bercovitz uses teensy micro controllers to create a glowing puppet heart.
This video is an overview of one of the glowing puppets I created for a workshop of Pinocchio, produced by the Rogue Artists Ensemble. I really wanted the light itself to be puppet-able, meaning the quality and intensity of the light could be manipulated to portray character and appear to react live in the moment along with the physical performance of the object.
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