Automatic Graffiti Robot

An Automatic graffiti robot made with some cords and a computer. I can imagine that the program to do the actual drawing is probably kinda complicated. The result is very nice.

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+7 1. readylump commented 13 years ago

That was awesome! You should market it
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+19 2. hatchywatchy commented 13 years ago

It's an oversized printer. Seems very accurate, it's great! That last part was amazing!
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+8 3. Kosmology commented 12 years ago

OMG Amazing!!!!!! :D
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+12 4. nooitaf (admin) commented 11 years ago

this project is called HEKTOR

http://www.hektor.ch/
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+6 5. eupatriot commented 10 years ago

Now only to make it streetwise to paint on public buildings ;)
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+7 6. xmadxxx commented 8 years ago

good pint job :)
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+4 7. cyberdevil commented 8 years ago

Cool. :) Next step: color.
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+2 8. woodhatch commented 8 years ago

Great to look at and very impressive. But is it really graffiti? Or just an over-sized upright printer? If it was done on the side of a building, then Graffiti it is. But this isn't. It's in a studio. I'd call it a picture!