iPad light painting
They created wireframe models of words, and then did virtual CAT scans of them, creating thin slivers of the letterforms. Each of these became single frames, which were then played in sequence on an iPad, and photographed with long exposures of between 3 and 6 seconds. The photographs were then spliced back together as stop frame animation, a rather tasty mix of lo-tech and hi-tech. (And reminiscent of the great stuff that the Lichtfaktor gang have been doing.)
Read all about it over on the Berg blog.
Via Catherine Dixon.