Craft & Design

The “Tagged in Motion” project connects up physical space to live graffiti tagging to build a bridge between real graffiti art and its virtual depiction. Co-created by graffiti artist, DAIM, the video shows the artist tagging while tracked by three cameras and equipped with a Bluetooth controller that allows him to change colors and strokes that relays this information to a computer in his backpack that renders its path as sprayed strokes in physical space. All of this is seen in real-time through wearing a head mounted display. Pretty nice idea and cool run through at the end of the video.

Free Graffitti (Tagged in Motion) – Link

6 thoughts on “3D graffiti lets you literally run through a tag

  1. Ha Ha, not that obscure. I would think a lot of makers read William Gibson. “Spook Country” was the first thing I thought of when I read this post.

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