Become a Graffiti Drone Artist Without Touching a Can of Paint

Become a Graffiti Drone Artist Without Touching a Can of Paint

This drone translates your doodles into street-art scribbles in real time

Weronika Jurkiewicz
  • 25 march 2016

As a medium for artistic expression entering its full force in 2016, drone technology is definitely up there with virtual and augmented reality. Earlier this month the first New York City Drone Festival featured the best in aerial cinematography and in February, the famous cyber-illusionist, Marco Tempest, released a video in which he choreographed a routine using autonomous quadcopters. Drones are making their way into the mainstream art and the new project from the MIT’s Fluid Interfaces Group can make this transition even quicker.

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