Loplite is an interactive and collective drawing installation. 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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Throughout January 2015, Canary Wharf hosts its Winter Lights Festival with sculptures, lasers, projections and digital art from a diaspora of International light artists.Among these stunning installations,people were invited to discover the interactive and collective drawing installation Loplite.
Loplite at a private event for a big tech company in Seattle.