Digital Motion Capture Of Graffiti Artists Techniques And Tags

by • September 28, 2010 • Design, TechnologyComments (0)1188

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There is good graffiti and then there’s bad graffiti.  There’s also what I call “co-op graffiti” where a piece gets continually added and added upon leaving us with an organic work of art that is in a continuous state of change.  Recently, some clever designer invented a graffiti can that uses an LED light with motion capture technology to capture the movement and direction of each squiggle and movement of the artist’s hand as he/she creates their tag.

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/15019555[/vimeo]

via PSFK

Here’s an iPhone photo I took last year here in Montreal at the corner of De Gaspe and Saint Viateur:

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