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The photo and video above are from the first round of testing for Graffiti Analysis and the Media Facades Festival, which took place on the NightScreen in Berlin a couple of days ago. Thanks to everyone who submitted tags and GML data.

For those who haven’t, there is still time. I have information on how to capture and submit tags listed here, but I’ve also come up with a new way of capturing graffiti motion data that requires only a webcam, a computer and a light source attached to a writing implement. This version (outlined in the diagram below) uses the same Graffiti Analysis 2.0 Capture Application and a similar technique as was previously outlined, but does so in a way that does not require additional equipment or the building of a capture case. Video footage of this technique being used in the city can be viewed here.


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All of the submissions highlighted in the video can be viewed and downloaded at the following: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12.

All of the tags submitted to the festival can be viewed at:
http://000000book.com/data?keywords=MFF2010.

Submit your tag now!!!!



COMMENTS

  1. Jamie Dubs says:

    is that Obama throwing a tag in the illustration image?

  2. JihadPunk77 says:

    ha!! thats so badass. I wish I have a light source to submit a tag.

  3. FoundandConfused says:

    What’s the song in this video. Sounds dope

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