im doing a digital arts degree and i see this kind of thing all the boring time. the brush has absolutely no bearing on anything. in the brush is a
web cam, they have a button to capture whatever they point the brush at and another button to tell the computer to apply paint "paint".
someone at my uni is doing a similar thing with "digital graffiti". its just a web cam mounted behind a projector screen and when you shine an LED
on the screen, the web cam picks it up and the computer draws a dot where the LED is. its pretty cool.
so to sum up, its all current technology, its been done to death, there is no practical use for it and there is absolutely nothing 3D about it! i have
no idea where they got the 3D idea from!
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