A cheap, open-source and collaborative device for light-painting photography

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Purpurina ("Glitter" in Portuguese) is an open-source device for light-painting photography. It can be used to create beautiful and surreal images, using the light as a paintbrush over the photographed scenario.

Using Purpurina, the photographer is not limited to drawing lit curves. He can also use computer-generated images. Purpurina will print these images over the scenario, like "light stamps"

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adddube42 wrote 07/27/2017 at 06:53 point

Could you post more information about this project? Is it an acrylic panel lit by a laser projector maybe? Looks cool!

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Mrbaron wrote 08/27/2014 at 09:32 point
Hello,how can you use leds to made optical imaging? I think impassability :(

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