Alexander “Wolf” Griffen designed and built Squidartha, a beautiful interactive burn-bot for Burning Man.
In response to Burning Man Arts request for proposals for Burn-bots to be displayed in The Man Pavillion, Wolf came up with the oceanic themed Squidartha. He was inspired by the intelligence and curiosity of the squid he’s seen while scuba diving.
The 6’6″ tall sculpture features strips of programable LEDs with nine animation patterns driven by a Teensy 3.2 and the OctoWS2811 library. It included a control panel of 6 buttons for people to interact with the art with each of the buttons activating a different programming sequence.