Welcome…. To your Friday Videos.
“The Ars Electronica Futurelab is experimenting with long-time-exposure shots to create 3d-Models and animations in the sky.”
This must have taken some crazy planning and coordination. Well done.
“From Bergdorf Goodman and Givenchy to Sotheby’s — and across much of the internet — artist Benjamin Shine’s ethereal work with tulle has made him perhaps the foremost fabric sculptor in practice today.”
… I mean, I guess I just don’t *know* any other “fabric sculptors”… so… I guess… cool?
All kidding aside: this is beautiful work.
This is a device you can use with your analog / film 35mm camera. It’s powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero, and allows your old film camera to take digital still photos.
What a great idea!
There have been pro-market “camera backs” for years but they all cost thousands of dollars. This one is around $300.
YouTuber and apparently talented innovator Yoshihito Isogawa created this amazing contraption from Lego that draws geometric designs on an iPad screen.
“Made by Phil Gravett in the UK, mounted on a 1962 penny.”
Because he can. 🙂 Pretty amazing. Unnecessary, but still amazing.
Thanks for playing along at home.
See you again next week.