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Light painting using an Arduino-based PegBoard

Posted on Friday, July 8th, 2011 in Arduino, LEDs by the machinegeek

Wulfrano Moreno is a photography enthusiast who heard about light painting photography using an iPad. Not having an iPad, he learned of the Peggy2 Board from Evil Mad Science and decided to give it a try to producing light painting effects.

After building the Peggy board, he used PeggyDraw2 to transfer an image from the compute to the Peggy.

Wulrano describes the details of programming the board as well as tips for using it for light painting photography on the DIYPhotography website. The above picture is an example of his work photographing the Peggy2 board.

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