Sixteen Candles [MaxMSP, Environment]


Sixteen Candles is an experiment in physical computing by Nick Bruscia and Aaron Miller from 2007. An installation, a piece of video art, consists of a live burning candle, captured and projected back on the walls in the room. This is done via a set of 16 rapidly tilted up and down mirrors each projecting part of the 4x4 grid onto the walls.

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