Virtual painting wall using recycled electronics: The Art of Virtual Obsolescence

Chhan Dina painting on the virtual canvas

Chhan Dina painted live on a virtual painting wall that was made with seemingly obsolete equipment and a WiiRemote for less then $50 (US)

Warren Daly from Invisible Agent and Chhan Dina presented their virtual painting wall at TEDx in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Their presentation was entitled ‘The art of virtual obsolescence‘ and they displayed a working example of an interactive graffiti and painting wall constructed from recycled electronic equipment. You can read more about it here, a fully detailed document of how we built and used this technology will be available soon.

Think big and be creative

We want to encourage you to think big and breakdown the barriers restricting your creativity. It doesn’t have to be art, you can think creatively about everything you do in life.

So what’s stopping you?

We shared our experiences overcoming obstacles restricting us from creating digital art. We proved it is possible. All you need is a good idea, a little bit of research and help from your friends. Believe in yourself, you can do it.

Watch our presentation at TEDx Phnom Penh


One response to “Virtual painting wall using recycled electronics: The Art of Virtual Obsolescence”

  1. AJIT says:

    can i get the videos of urs to my website plz

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