15.10.15 by Staff

Roving Animation-Projecting Tricycles

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São Paulo-based artist duo Ygor Marotta and Ceci Soloaga (a.k.a. VJ Suave) have come up with a unique way to showcase their drawings, animations, and poetry on the streets. These audiovisual tricycles, or “Suaveciclos,” are fully equipped with speakers and projectors that operate in real-time, allowing them to interact with the specific audiences and backdrops they come across. See more images and video below!

 

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    There are no special skills required just basic typing and an internet connection ….

    There are no time constraints … You may do this any time when you are free ….

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  • eawesterhuis

    This is so good in so many ways. Super inspired. I wanna make one of these. Love the public workshops. Their software looks super easy to get into.

  • eawesterhuis

    This is so good in so many ways. Super inspired. I wanna make one of these. Love the public workshops. Their software looks super easy to get into.

  • eawesterhuis

    This is so good in so many ways. Super inspired. I wanna make one of these. Love the public workshops. Their software looks super easy to get into.

  • I love their stuff. So inspiring. Fun, physical, creative, educational, empowering.





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