Create Graffiti In A Real Gallery By Virtually ‘Painting’ With A Smartphone

Create Graffiti In A Real Gallery By Virtually ‘Painting’ With A Smartphone
technology

Crowdraw merges the virtual and physical by allowing users to create art on their smartphone and on a real gallery wall simultaneously.

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 october 2012

Created by Korean firm Everyware, ‘Crowdraw‘ is a collaborative art project that combines social funding, social networks, and cloud services. Users purchase a virtual paintball in an app and shoot it using their smartphone, causing an actual paintball in a gallery to be fired at the same position on a real wall painting.

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