Description Let's do some lightpainting outside the CCH on Day 2. I will bring a LED stripe light painting tool. BYO tripods and cameras and send me some images to draw with the LED stripe in advance.
Website(s) https://github.com/alxlo/LightScytheJS
Type Hands-On
Keyword(s) hardware, art, outside, embedded
Processing assembly C3D2 pentagon
Person organizing Bigalex
Language de - German, en - English
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Starts at 2013/12/28 07:30:00 PM
Ends at 2013/12/28 09:00:00 PM
Duration 90 minutes
Location

  • Location: Let's meet outside the CCH in front of the main entrance.
  • There will be a lightning talk announcing the session on Day 2.
  • Prepare some images to draw with my LightScythe clone in advance and send them to me, so I can put them on the SD card of the device. Images should arrive at least 30 mins before session start (that is before 19:00).
    • JPEG, PNG without alpha channel
    • Resolution: depends. The short side should be 100-300px and will be drawn 1 meter high/wide. The long side will be converted according to aspect ratio. So an 120x600px image will result in a 1m x 5m drawing.
    • For small/short pictures keep the resolution high. For very wide pictures stick to 100px or less for the short side.
    • Output resolution will be 32 pixel by 50-300 pixel per meter, depending on input resolution, walking speed, exposure time, etc.
    • For some examples, see the photo blog of a friend of mine: http://martin.weickersdorf.de/privat/lightpainting-malen-mit-licht/
    • Output settings can be easily changed in the field. Just send your picture(s).
    • Mind: Black areas will be translucent in the drawing. :-)
    • To make it easy to identify the image belonging to you, start the filename with your initials or the first two letters of your nick followed by an underscore, e.g. bi_some_awesom_picture.png.
    • Please pay attention that there ist no alpha channel in the image or it will not be rendered properly. I will try to fix this but don't know if i will have the time to actually do so.
  • Thank you so much for participating!* And yes, you are welcome to link or upload the images you've made. :-)