This piece, with its multiple challenges and headaches, has been so invigorating to choreograph, design, build, and program. The set piece and all headpieces use Arduino / @adafruit Trinkets with Neopixels and nrf24l01 wireless transceivers so that I can control their colors during the piece based on the performer's movement and the music. #electronics #sculpture #dance #interdisciplinary #leds #neopixels #arduino #nrf24l01
Kent Caldwell’s Instagram is full of amazing set design, costumes, and art including the above post featuring Cirque du Soleil costumes made with Adafruit parts! Check out more on his Instagram and website.
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