Light painting

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+1 1. Rigel commented 11 years ago

Aww, i thought real time holographic capability was a new feature in iPad 3
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+1 2. Kendiana commented 11 years ago

I don't understand its' practical application. But it is kinda cool though. :|
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+6 3. thejackel commented 11 years ago

well it locked cool but its just computer editing,
i thought they finely found a use for the ipad >:)
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+2 4. YetiGrowl commented 11 years ago

i just do somple light paintings with my dslr and some glow sticks or mini flashlights. they're not this advanced but pretty fun to do with a group of drunken friends.
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0 5. p00nie commented 11 years ago

Light photography has unlimited possibilities, somebody always comes up with something new. This is just incredible!
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+2 6. Hallsavenger commented 11 years ago

Yea... go waste more time with ur Ipad.
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0 7. Reaperdaddy commented 11 years ago

you can have a similar app on the iphone called "holo paint", its exactly the same... but its hard to make it work though. Have to spend some time setting the speed of the text, the speed of your camera according to the light and the speed you move... its quite a challenge to make it work properly
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0 8. Sizzlik (admin) commented 11 years ago

#2 why does everything have to got a practical application? Media and art dont have to...what is the practical application of mona lisa or a picasso picture? ..its art..useless..but for some minds interessting to look at and to think about...does music got a "practical use"? Still many listen to some sort of music..
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0 9. ridebmxx3 commented 10 years ago

fuck a apple i want a orange