4D with animated augmented reality as part of my latest 3D street art work using chalk. Mingling people, AR tech, and hand drawn anamorphic art as one new type of art experience! Love to hear from you about your next event! artforafterhours,com
Just got back from an exciting project in Garden Grove, CA where Art for After Hours created a 4D project using animated augmented reality with traditional, hand drawn and designed 3D chalk art for the Open Streets Event April 1st. No jokes here! :D
Here is our video highlighting the art and the tech... Watch for Anthony interacting with the animated robot in AR live (at the time), jumping briefly on the bike, then choosing to run, jump and exit the 'Collapsing Ramp' ...
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Top: Finished 3D art
Bottom: 4D animated augmented reality added to art (robots and flags) live onsite. Photo seen through large monitor screen so there was a difference in colors.
Now some bright, active street painting pictures!
The importance of the 3D chalk work, traditionally hand drawn in our opinion brings the art and the technology together as past, present, and future as one cohesive whole.
Yes, a screen grab but the concept is clear - traditional 3D anamorphically drawn street painting can and does mingle well with animated AR for an experience in public engagement unlike any other in street art. Art for After Hours Founder and Artist Anthony Cappetto has been a Pioneer and an Early Adopter with virtual spaces, reality, and augmented reality demos and launches in the US and India since the mid 2000s with only more detailed, conceptual, and forward thinking engagements to come.
Anthony Cappetto is an internationally recognized artist known for his works in 3D anamorphic art in chalk and paint using 4D animated augmented reality, virtual reality, and virtual spaces as well as Founder of Art for After Hours, the first professional street painting art company in 2001. Cappetto has brought 4D and 3D street art installations to corporate, tradeshow, exhibition, festival, NGO, and government clients in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France, United Kingdom, UAE, Pakistan, India, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Uruguay, and throughout the USA.
Photography by Art for After Hours Marketing Director Wendy Stum.
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