In this project, students developed kinetic visualizers that recorded movement and created “art.” Using simple motors and controls, these kinetic objects communicated temporality and permanence through their movement, behavior, and action – leaving behind a visual record that is both an abstraction of the movement and beautiful.
Zachary Burchman uses lasers to illuminate the explosion of a water balloon to capture a brief instance in time that is largely imperceptible to the human eye.
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