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Using flashlights, light sticks and laser pointers as "brushes", one draws on the screen by pointing the light to the wall or by manipulating the stick in front of the wall. The shape and the location of the light manipulated in front of the wall define the shape of the projected line. As the drawer moves in the space facing the screen, the getsures are also a part of this creative process. The line becomes the moves reflection. Moreover, the LopArtHD software enables to animate all the lines, to create moving drawings, and original spectacular animations.
Based on the multitouch technology developed by the parisian company Muchomedia, and on the animation and drawing software LopArtHD, Loplite works on any screen, wall or surface of projection, for artists, for any kind of public.
Loplite is distributed by Digitalarti, in collaboration with Muchomedia.
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Concept and creation : Daniel Schutze
LopArt software by Les Produits Logiques LopLop, Alain Bergeron
Artist : Jaime Jimenez (and his daughter)
Editing : Stéphane Elmadjian, Agiti Films
Video footage : Stéphane Elmadjian, Quentin Chevrier
Music : Jaime Jimenez
Paris, spring 2014
Quentin Chevrier for Digitalarti
Tags: draw installation interactive light projection projector Events
Loplite is an interactive and collective drawing installation.
Distributed by Digitalarti
Created by Muchomedia& Alain Bergeron
Advertising agency: Elan
Order: Offer an unusual experience to Accenture employees and partners, a new way of feeling and interacting with light
Artworks: a large exhibition featuring 15 artworks of international artists
3rd to 8th June 2013, Happen Space Accenture in Paris
Client: Alliance Française
Order: Offer an unusual experience for the 130th anniversary of the Alliance Française
Artwork: Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau, a 6-meter-large wall of water-sensitive LEDs
16 July 2013 @ Centre Pompidou, Paris
Since June 2008, SFR has been presenting its whole universe in its Studio in rue Tronchet, in Paris. Aside its commercial space, it includes a venue and an “apartment”. A teenage target has been quickly reached thanks to private concerts. The second target is more specific.
It comprises followers of new technologies in all fields of experimentation, with the launch, in 2009, of SFR Player, a yearly event focused on innovation and creation. Digitalarti was in charge of the artistic direction of this second event.
Client: @diversity EU contest, during the European Culture Forum
Order: create 12 short videos illustrating the 12 contest winners, then derivate the 12 videos into 12 physical trophies
November, 4th 2013, in Brussels BOZAR museum
Client: Google France
Advertising agency: Elan
Order: create a journey between real and virtual worlds enabling to discover all the Google Services' specificities
Exhibited artworks: "One Man One Tree" by Electronic Shadow, "Emotion Forecast" by Maurice Benayoun, "Coincidence" by Adrien M & Claire B in collaboration with Ezra
December 2012, at La Gaîté Lyrique (Paris)
Client: Show Off Art Fair
Order: art curation and exhibition of Digitalarti's productions
Client: Ermenonville Cityhall
Order: Celebrate the 300th anniversary of Jean Jacques Rousseau in the public park named after him, gathering technology, nature and art.
Artworks: The tree and its shadow by Samuel Rousseau, RockGrowth RG3 and Rock Fusion large by Arik Levy, Ushet by Jacques Perconte, Phonofolium by Scenocosme, Dandelion by Edmond Couchot and Michel Bret
Client: Accenure Group
Advertising Agency: Elan
Order: offer a unique experience to Accenture's employees and partners, about the bounds between natural and digital worlds.
June 4th to 8th, 2012. in Accenture's Happen Space (Paris)