I must admit… I dig long exposure (particularly light painting). I’m also into time-lapse. It takes a lot for me to give to a Kickstarter campaign (particularly if I don’t know the folks). It takes even more for me to write about it (guys, this better work… or we’ll have issues).
Okay, disclaimers aside… I present Pixelstick.
“Pixelstick reads images created in Photoshop (or the image editor of your choice) and displays them one line at a time, creating endless possibilities for abstract and/or photorealistic art. Taking this one step further, Pixelstick can increment through a series of images over multiple exposures, opening up light painting to the world of time-lapse, and allowing for animations the likes of which have never before seen.”
The full package contains:
- LED PCBs (198 LEDs total)
- Two 3 aluminum extrusion with connecting bracket & diffusion lens
- Handle with foam grip and rotating sleeve
- Controller box with connecting cables and clips
- Battery holder (AA Batteries not included)
- Carry bag
I’ve already signed up to get one (as well as take their workshop in NYC). The unit is not expected until May of 2014. I promise a full review when it’s received. There’s a little over 30 days left in the campaign. If you want one, pledge $300.
Yeah… it’s crazy. But I’m excited to see what’s possible and commend the team at Bitbanger Labs for pushing the envelope until it burst.
Rich has published over 100 courses on Lynda.com. Rich has authored several books including From Still to Motion, Understanding Photoshop, Professional Web Video, and Creating DSLR Video.
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