An experiment with the motion equivalent of light painting:
Traditional light painting is created with long-exposure photographs. Some brilliant people have brought that concept into motion by using stop-motion animation, but I wanted to maintain the fluidity and continuity of video. Essentially, the effect I built keeps pixels of a certain hue or luminance on screen, giving the appearance of a broken stroke (breaks appear because there is a fraction of time between frames when the sensor isn't reading light.)
An optical flow filter (such as twixtor) to fill in the frame jump.
A camera/lens setup with less noise! :)
You! Make suggestions, try it out, innovate!
18-55mm Kit Lens