Interactive Graffiti on Architecture

August 21st, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture, Augmented, Urbanism, Video | 3 Comments »


Interactive Architecture (video) is an illustration of the concept that digital projections can interact with the surfaces upon which they are projected.

3 Comments on “Interactive Graffiti on Architecture”

  1. 1 The Furor Divinus said at 4:27 pm on August 22nd, 2006:

    Look to the Sky for Art…

    Lately, Future Feeder: The Journal of Architecture and Computational Culture (no I don’t fully understand it either) has become my mid-afternoon obsession. Digital art, a genre now exponentially and explosively growing to include everyone from s…

  2. 2 Ruairi said at 12:46 pm on September 8th, 2006:

    Hey Future Feeder, long been a fan.

    I have to admit that I have some issues with the title and no not because it shares the same as my blog but because the term gets thrown around a lot (By me especially I guess) but I dont see this as an interactive installation, but more of a reactive system. If anything, the title should reflect the idea that a projected surface could generate/react with urban surfaces rather than interact with them. Its only a small issue because I really like the work of GRL, hence posting some stuff on my site about a recent LED throwie event I took part in.

  3. 3 HelloWorld said at 5:58 am on April 29th, 2007:

    Peace people

    We love you

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