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Interactive Painting Lets Viewers Move Seemingly Static Objects

Interactive Painting Lets Viewers Move Seemingly Static Objects
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"Still Life" uses Motion sensing technology to animate the painted image when the frame is tilted and moved.

Kyana Gordon
  • 24 january 2012

Digital artist and developer, Scott Garner gives traditional art a new spin with his interactive installation, Still Life. Built using Unity 3D, Garner connected a custom-framed flat screen television with a motion-sensitive screen to a rotating mount. The scene itself features a spatial sensor attached to the mount, so the objects rotate in unison. As a result, the fruit and vase of the seemingly ordinary still life painting begin to tumble when the frame is tilted. Entertaining, it’s a nice and welcomed update to a classic artistic tradition. Watch the video below to see how the static still life comes alive.

Scott Garner

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