An American Artist working with 4D street art - Augmented, Virtual, Mixed Reality as a designed part of his illusionary art allowing viewers to be immersed within a traditional chalk, painted artwork with the latest in emerging technologies.
Since 2007, Cappetto has worked with augmented and virtual reality, interviewed and posted by emerging technology companies, and from 2011 presented 4D immersive environments in the USA and India.
Key 4D Works:
2016 - 'Asian Fusion'; Greenville, SC - 10 feet wide by 27 feet deep using augmented reality, dry chalk, and a companion virtual reality walkthrough all viewable through VR glasses live.
2016 - 'Mark Conference': Rutgers University, augmented reality, virtual reality, vertical/ground illusionary mural, lecture seen through VR Glasses.
Previous 4D Works:
2012 - IIT Bombay: augmented reality, chalk for Techfest Event.
2011 - 'Visions of Cambodia' First public use of 4D augmented reality and dry chalk measuring 30 feet wide by 40 feet deep, displaying animated hummingbird and butterflies as a central motif.
2007-11 experimenting with virtual spaces, and simulations such as Second Life, Olive, and other early adopter spaces applying 3D street painting art into virtual contemporary art displays, and builds of street painting exhibitions.
Cappetto is founder of Art for After Hours, bringing professional level street painting art to corporate, exhibition, government, ngo, public art clients in the USA, Europe, Middle East, Asia, North and South America since 2001.
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