Kinect Painter for Celfin Art Lab

I was recently contracted by Celfin Capital, an investment firm in Chile to develop what was my Living Brushes program into an interactive painting kiosk for use in the streets of Santiago. We talked on Skype about the possibility of doing the project and I was very interested in being a part of it.

Developed mainly in Vancouver over a period of 1 and a half months, the application was finished in Santiago, with some updates being done back here in Vancouver.

The project officially launched on November 4th, 2011.

The program allows users to paint with a variety of expressive brushes. A menu system allows users to switch brushes, clear the screen, change backgrounds and email screenshots to themselves. Works for 1 and 2 players.

The following video is a demo of my cousin using the program before it was released:

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