Graffiti Analysis – 3D Bombers Galore

June 7, 2010 § Leave a comment

The brains behind some of the most mind bogglingly clever graffiti projects, artist Evan Roth, is spearheading a compelling new software project for people who like to tag in 3d, and you don’t even have to wear those shitty 3D glasses to enjoy the action. Introducing Graffiti Analysis.

Roth and his co-collaborators have developed an open source application that works with iPhones and others to capture the movements of graffiti artists and digitize the motion-rich styles into programming language that can be stored, swapped and recreated. And you can down load it free from their web site.

http://graffitianalysis.com/

And to veiw some examples check out http://000000book.com/

So put away those markers and get out a torch, because tagging in 3d is nearly as fun in real life as tagging in real life!

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