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Automated Calligraphy: A Remote Controlled Graffiti Robot

Automated Calligraphy: A Remote Controlled Graffiti Robot
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The Digital Fabrication Laboratory has created a robotic tool for graffiti artists.

Dan Gould
  • 28 january 2010

Utilizing FAT Lab’s GML (or Graffiti Markup Language), the Digital Fabrication Laboratory has created a robotic tool for graffiti artists.

The RoboTagger is an eight foot tall robotic arm that can be controlled remotely to draw tags. Artists can hand input drawings via a computer interface (or using tools like the EyeWriter), and have them replicated in marker by the robot on a physical surface.

RoboTagger

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