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Personally I’m a big fan of graffiti (when done properly)… but I can understand that a lot of people experience it as urban decay. Fortunately today I came across a great looking experiment where you can digi-spray paint on a screen. For a first demo it looks pretty nice.

The above experiment was done by combining a Wiimote, beamer and Flash actionscript. This is a pretty cheap and easy way to start experimenting with interactive screens. You can buy a Wiimote for about $35 and do all sorts of experiments with it, and you don’t even need a beamer for it… a computerscreen will suffice.

After checking the above demo out I came across another experiment with the Wiimote and spraying. It’s really impressive to see the accuracy of the Wiimote, especially when you consider that it will be even better with the updated version (soon to be released):

Jeroen van Geel

Jeroen van Geel is founder/chief kahuna of Johnny Holland and the interaction director at Fabrique [brands, design & interaction], a Dutch multidisciplinary design agency. You can follow him on Twitter via @jeroenvangeel.

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