Artist Controls Flame Art With Cybernetic Glove, Not Superpowers

Artist Controls Flame Art With Cybernetic Glove, Not Superpowers
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After watching this, I tend to think artist Sanela Jahic must have gone, “How can I create a masterpiece and look like an X-Man?” Fire Painting, the resulting project, makes art out of cybernetics, an Arduino, and lots of kerosene.

Jahic created a sensory data glove that maps the subtle movements of his hand to the release of the flames, allowing him to create and attempt to contain his fiery work. The effect comes together to make him and the piece look… well, creepy but in a cool sort of way. [MAKE]