Soon to be a rival to hand-drawn, stop motion, computer-generated, and motion capture animation is . . . sand animation. The web edition of The Orange County Register features Hungarian sand animator Ferenc Cako, who tells stories with sand in front of admiring audiences. “With just an overhead projector, a movie screen and a few handfuls of Danube sand, Cako creates a living canvas of morphing landscapes and wildlife, a spectacle synchronized to symphonies of Bach and Vivaldi.” The article also contains a link to a video of one of Cako’s performances.