Pixelstick – A New Dimension To Long Exposure Photography
On New Year, you may have seen people using sparklers to write ‘2014’ in mid air in a picture taken with long exposure. That’s what we call light painting. It simply consists of attaching a light source to a moving medium and taking a long exposure photo. That simple concept, that was first introduced in 1889 by artist Georges Demeny, has now been brought to the next level with pixelstick.
Pixelstick consists of 200 full color RGB LEDs inside a lightweight aluminum housing and a controller box that can read images from an SD card. Load your images, set your camera to the long exposure mode and walk through the frame holding pixelstick. With the incredible color range, you’ll be able to add photoreal images, abstract designs and stunning animations to your long exposure photos and timelapse.
The pixelstick kit
See how pixelstick works.
Watch the amazing animations that were created with pixelstick.