Graffiti Analysis is now available pocket sized for everyday use with the release of the iPhone edition: DustTag v1.0!
DustTag is an iPhone application designed for graffiti writers that visualizes the motion involved in the creation of a tag. Motion data is recorded, analyzed and archived in a free and open database, 000000book.com, where writers can share 3-D animated representations of their hand styles. Features include: line thickness based on speed, tags rendered in 3-D based on time, rotating the phone rotates the tag in 3-D, and much more!
Download source code (OpenFrameworks)
Graffiti Analysis: DustTag was created by Chris Sugrue and Evan Roth in OpenFramewerkz.
Note: The current version of DustTag is available for 3.1.2, but will shortly be updated for compatibility with 3.0 and higher.
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Will it eventually see the particle system of the desktop app? That’s really the only improvement I can see aside from more integration with http://000000book.com/ – sign in etc
sweet ! so nice that you threw up the code.
happy to see vectorField.getVfromPos(…), it’s just like home :)
woa. Cristina rocking it.
Awesome ! so nice that you threw up the code.
Is there a way to send the GML directly to a network port and retrieve it in Graffiti Analysis on the desktop for playback?
Stop writing on shit that doesn’t belong to you. No one thinks you’re cool. Assholes.