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Watch a digital dead frog rot before your eyes

21 October 2013 Last updated at 11:13 BST

Technology is giving a new twist to traditional art. Artists Rob and Nick Carter have created a digital painting based on the 1630 oil on copper painting, Dead Frog with Flies by Dutch artist Ambrosius Bosschaert the Younger.

Digital technology allows the picture to gradually change over a three hour period showing from the frog's last breath to when it becomes just a skeleton having been eaten away by maggots.

Kate Bryan at the Fine Art Society Contemporary explains the appeal of digital art.

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