Digital light painting is a consummate maker project, a marriage of electronics, code, photography…and of course lots and lots of LEDs! Using a long (several seconds) camera exposure, a single row of LEDs under computer control displays an image one line at a time while it’s carried or rolled across the frame. The combined result is a luminous picture floating in air.
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