WiiSpray interactive Graffiti game on Nintendo Wii


WiiSpray Teaser from Martin Lihs on Vimeo.

Soon you’ll see streets with no vandalisms and yet find those graffiti-gifted ones developed their sense of arts in the virtual canvas. Thanks to students at Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany for coming out with WiiSpray, its an interactive game that uses a Wiimote that is placed onto special design spray can somehow works like Let’s Tap principle.

Nintendo WiiSprayAccording to media students Martin Lih and Frank Matuse, that virtual canvas “allows the user to decide what is saved and what is discarded, all the while keeping the surrounding area clean and free of what otherwise would be a messy form of media,”.

Additionally, the software offers lots of colors and enables user to incorporate his personal photos, graphics and backgrounds. The spray can controller has lots of interchangeable caps and a USB ports for charging and updating its firmware.

We don’t know if Nintendo will have to incorporate this WiiSpray in their line of titles. Another thing is, if this creation will lessen the art of real graffiti thus by producing a legal virtual practice canvas –or by practice it will induce or worsens the real graffiti.

Via Crave Image credit WiiSpray.com

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