We came across another fascinating digital art application by Lumacoustics. Since the beginning of the graffiti subculture one major question has been posed: Art or Vandalism?
There are a ton of phenomenally talented graffiti artists world-wide and Lumacoustics is now taking the art of graffiti one step further into the 21st Century.
Lumacoustics has designed a digital graffiti wall, an interactive surface in which you use a modified spray can to digitally “paint” or “tag” a virtual wall.
Allowing you to customize every stroke and pattern, this interactive graffiti wall is an incredibly innovative art tool. We’d love to play with it to bring our stained glass designs to life for the 21st century.
The below video shows a graffiti artist going to town on what Lumacoustics has dubbed YrWall.
While searching for new and innovative stained glass projects, I instead discovered an innovative new media company based out of London called, Lumacoustics. They specialize in interactive spaces providing digital experiential media for events.
At an event, Bloc 2011, Lumacoustics designed an installation as an “arching digital stained glass that appeared to go beyond the stage floor”.
The display was designed as a modern twist on a 1850s Bristol Byzantine architectural style and was audio reactive with an endless combination of effects.
Take a look and let us know what you think.
Here’s another video of a Lumacoustics design using projection mapping, pretty fascinating.