Virtual Graffiti helps you to learn the „graffiti art“. The project includes a beamer, 4 sensors and one virtual can. You put the beamer in front of a wall and place the sensors in each corner. It works like a „Wacom Cintiq“, but instead of a monitar you see the imageon a beamer.

The middle part of the beamer is able to tilt and helps you to find the right distance to the wall. The „Virtual Graffiti“ has the size of an normal can, so it is easy to put it in your bag and work wherever you want. Every Picture will be saved as a digital file, and you are able to download it with a USB-cabel.
Imagine Dragons helped raise more than $1 million at an education fundraiser


Hollywood made a powerful presence in support of education as stars flocked to Sony Studios for City Year LA’s sixth annual Spring Break: Destination Education bash.

Hosted by City Year board member Octavia Spencer with event co-chair Stacey Snider (20th Century Fox Co-Chair), the Sony Studios Commissary Lawn became a hotspot for celebs including Michael B. Jordan, Angela Bassett, Keegan-Michael Key, Allison Janney, Derek and Julianne Hough, Yara Shahidi, Sophia Bush, Aaron Paul and Mischa Barton.

The fundraiser proved to successful, raising a record $1.6 million for City Year while promoting the importance of education for tweens and teens. Angela Bassett was among the celebs who brought their kids to explore interactive booths for virtual graffiti, obstacle courses and sports games courtesy of sponsors Snapchat, Disney/ABC Television Group, DreamWorks Animation, Aramark and more.


The party lasted into the night, featuring a closing acoustic performance from Imagine Dragons, proving that as Aaron Paul stressed, it’s cool to “stay in school.”