This Picture Frame Could Be The Lava Lamp For A New Generation

This Picture Frame Could Be The Lava Lamp For A New Generation

Slow Dance makes real objects appear to move in slow motion

Andrew Conrad
  • 30 august 2016

Massachusetts-based artist Jeff Lieberman has conceived a new picture frame that brings inanimate objects to life through high-speed strobe lights and vibration. The project, called Slow Dance, makes these objects move in slow motion by combining technology and art. It was announced on Kickstarter on August 15 and reached its funding goal in the same day. The frame will come with two feathers embedded in the frame, but other small, light, organic (non-living) objects such as plants or flowers also work to create a similar effect.

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