LA-based director Darren Pearson gives a masterclass on long exposure photography and light painting technique in this neat video. The time-lapse shows a light-made skeleton with some serious skateboarding skills.
Jason Rogenes uses styrofoam and light to make these futuristic-looking art installations, proving that one person's trash might still be that person's trash, but can look cool with enough light inside it.
This sculpture shows just what you can do with 5,000 aluminum tubes and a single light source: create a sense of futuristic brilliance. It's called Sitooterie II, it's in Essex, U.K., and up close it looks like Tron-inspired skyscrapers:
Microsoft is launching an interactive website to get gamers even more excited about Halo: Reach. Users will help build a Halo light sculpture by controlling a Kuka Robot Arm (that's the thing lurking in the shadows) to plot light points.