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360° degree light-paintings: enjoy it from all sides! 3/7/2016 •

A 360 degree light-painting is something worth seeing! This year the Adobe MAX Creativity Conference visitors had a chance not only to check this out, but also to join the fun and be photographed from every side with 32 cameras at once!


Eric Paré believes: 360 degree bullet-time light-painting is the thing he does best. We can well believe it as well! A 360° light-painting structure he presented at the Adobe MAX is something amazing! 32 digital cameras perfectly synchronized and set in the structure took 4000 terrific pictures in 3 days. Almost 1000 guests took part! All the photos taken were immediately sent on the website for everyone to estimate and enjoy!

That's what is happening behind the scenes:


The results are amazing:






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More Info: https://360max.ericpare.com/

That's a breakthrough to the future in photography! Would you like to be a part of that? Tell us what you think of this project in the comments below!

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15 Comments
Bryon Grosz
Bryon Grosz
I'm missing the part where it's amazing. What part of this couldn't have been done quite a few years ago? Also missing the part where it's a painting.
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Mar 7, 2016 10:01PM
Dot McGhghy
Dot McGhghy
dont get it money and time could have a very good cause
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Mar 7, 2016 10:29PM
Carmine-James Pitaniello
absolutely amazing.. how to create a hologram in two dimensions...wow...
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Mar 7, 2016 10:49PM
Carmine-James Pitaniello
Dot, it's art, which is creativity... this is basically a two dimensional interactive hologram...absolutely amazing. A good cause because it makes people think outside the box.
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Mar 7, 2016 10:50PM
James Vetzel
James Vetzel
I guess it's one of those "You just have to be there" type of things, just not that interesting to me.
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Mar 7, 2016 11:27PM
Nugget Smyth
Nugget Smyth
Carmine-James Pitaniello I AGREE !!!!!!
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Mar 7, 2016 11:47PM
Carmine-James Pitaniello
Nugget Smyth ^5
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Mar 8, 2016 12:15AM
Larry Freeman
Larry Freeman
Color me philistine... I just don't get it. You call a painting a painting because it's done with paint. This, therefore, would at best be called a 'lighting'. Interesting... sure, why not. Amazing... ummm, not so much. "breakthrough to the future in photography", as I said previously; I just don't get it. It's just a different technique to create a presentation of pseudo time lapse photography--no big whoop.
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Mar 8, 2016 12:35AM
Tom Young
Cool...
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Mar 8, 2016 1:13AM
Nicole Toma-Tolman
Umm... sure, why not?
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Mar 10, 2016 3:34AM

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