Graffiti + Wii = WiiSpray

Neatorama's a week late on this (what else is new?) neat art project, titled WiiSpray, by Bauhaus University design student Martin Lihs.

Martin created a spray paint-styled casing with a wiimote inside that he used to "spray" virtual graffiti on a monitor. In what can be called as the perfect blend of street vandalism and geekery, the Wii Spray lets you express yourself but without all the mess of paint and being chased by irate landowners ...

The basic idea was to build a computer hardware interface which is similar to an existing analog tool. An new interface will force new experiences. Forget about keyboard and mouse: with WiiSpray we created a new human computing interface (HCI). The use of WiiSpray is similar of using a real spray can – but without the colour and the toxic smells. WiiSpray is based on Adobe Flash, a WiiFlashServer and the Nintendo Wii® device. With this techology and a computer supported technology it is possible to move wireless through the space. You don´t need to learn this device - just start spraying intuitively. And the best is, after finishing your grafitti you can upload it to our website and look at it at any time from everywhere.

Link - Thanks The Monk!


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