EL Wire experiment

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EL Wire experimentExperiments

by sarah on January 9, 2012 with 0 comments

A quick experiment with EL wire.

EL wire experiments

Electroluminescent wire (often abbreviated to EL wire) is a thin copper wire coated in a phosphor which glows when an alternating current is applied to it. It can be used in a wide variety of applications—vehicle and/or structure decoration, safety and emergency lighting, toys, clothing etc.—much as rope light or Christmas lights are often used. Unlike these types of strand lights, EL wire is not a series of points, but produces a 360 degree unbroken line of visible light. Its thin diameter makes it flexible and ideal for use in a variety of applications such as clothing or costumes. – Wikipedia

Loopdeloop animation – Condoms

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Loopdeloop animation – CondomsAnimation

by sarah on November 30, 2011 with 0 comments

LoopdeLoop is an animation challenge. Each month, animators from around the world create looping animations based on a given topic and upload them to www.loopdeloop.org. On the last Tuesday of the month all of the posted loops are compiled and screened to a live audience at Loop in Melbourne, Australia.

The theme for November was ‘Condoms’ and I made this animation with Lachlan Dean. It was voted into equal 2nd place on the night.

Loopdeloop website