Interactive Water Light Graffiti Installation at Digitalarti Artlab in Paris

By - Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau, created in the Digitalarti Artlab from Digitalarti on Vimeo.

Recently coming out from the studios over at Digitalarti, Antonin Fourneau has created “Water Light Graffiti”, a surface made up of thousands of LEDs that illuminate when contacted by water. To paint digitally you can use your fingers, a paintbrush, or anything damp to leave a bright message. Water Light Graffiti is a new way of displaying messages for a short amount of time in an urban environment without any deterioration to a surface. For a better understanding on this new project visit Digitalarti.

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