Can you play a real puppet without touching it? This "Digital Marionette" project, aimed at exploring the traditional hand operation and the performative interaction art , is a tangible and interactive marionette installation that allows audiences to operate it at distance. A marionette's puppeteer is called a manipulator. A professional manipulator needs a lot of training and skill to well control the puppet, which sets up a bridge between professionals and non-professionals. The interactivity of the "Digital Marionette" simplifies the operation, changes the audience from merely a mental spectator to a behavioral participant, and thus produces meaning. It will lead a fresh and new experience to the user which was impossible ever before.