The following are a couple videos of shows where texting was implemented as a way for viewers to interact with art. The first video features a youthful character projected onto an urban landscape. The character has a text bubble which is filled with words that are provided by viewers. The second video has a similar premise, except for the viewer's chosen words are displayed in uniquely crafted graffiti. I found these examples in this article.
This affected me personally because I'm tired of making static webpages that offer no real opportunity for public interaction. I don't have the skills to do that right now, but damn, the concept of getting others to actively become apart of your work...that's good stuff. I think the music is really effective. I literally let out a sigh of relief during the first video when the line "TGIF" came up and the music corresponds with an understanding tone. I'm just in that kind of mood, I guess. It's late, I'm going to bed. Have fun making your videos this weekend, guys.