Digital Graffiti Wall - Interactive Digital Graffiti
The Digital Graffiti Wall is an interactive, fun and inventive drawing tool where users create digital graffiti on a large wall using a modified spray paint can. Instead of paint, when the cap is pressed the can 'sprays' invisible light, which is tracked by the computer as it moves across the digital wall. The digital pain appears wherever the can is sprayed, just like spraying on a real wall.
The inbuilt software offers the functionality of a typical artistic programme, and features a pop-out palette of 56 colours, which can be mixed together by creating different layers of varying transparency.
No more swapping paint cans to change colour or having to wear a face mask and gloves, this is totally environmentally friendly and accessible by anyone without any prior computer or graffiti skills.
The wall is used in much the same way as a conventional canvas but has the functionality of a typical interactive computer digital art paint program crossed with a simple animation package, enabling users to easily create and explore colours, textures and movement.
Artistic digital creations can then be saved, recalled and played back, as well as used in a number of other ways to create personal and unique mementos of the of their digital graffiti experience. For example, the user will have the option receive a copy of their creation by email free of charge and to email friends and family with a virtual 'postcard' from the event.
At your event depending on the budget available you can have designs printed on a number of items including:-
- Stickers to be printed
- Photo printing
- Canvas Printing
- Website Upload
- USB Keys
Other Options for Customisation include:-
- Client Logo in Corner of Screen
- Full customisation of the wall interface and background.
- Basic Outline to fill in.
- Complex outline to fill in.
- Graffiti Games such as 'spraygolf' or 'Spray the duck'
We can supply graffiti artists with a strong reputation to live paint while bands play on stage etc. Clients can pick and choose where the artist would appear.
Additional walls can be used for graffiti 'battles' in front of an audience where users can pitch their skills against each other or an established graffiti writer.