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(Video) Digital Graffiti Wall

(Video) Digital Graffiti Wall

Vancouver-based Tangible Interaction has created an interactive game that lets people "spray" or "stencil" onto a projected display surface using an infrared can.

Jon Lombardo

Alex Biem of Vancouver-based Tangible Interaction has engineered what he calls a “Tangible Graffiti Wall.” The Wall, which has been present at a number of events including the Vancouver Winter Olympics, lets people “spray” or “stencil” onto a projected display surface using an infrared can.

After users are done, they can email or upload their artwork to Twitter directly from the Wall.

See a video demo below:

Tangible Interaction.

[via Len Kendall]

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