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Uploaded on Jan 13, 2010
A labor-saving device for graffiti artists. An assistive tool for taggers working in harsh environments. Long-needed relief for graffiti artists with RSI. Or simply, pure research into as-yet-untrammeled intersections of automation and architecture. Golan Levin and Jeremy Ficca present: the ROBOTAGGER, an industrial robot arm programmed with GML, the new Graffiti Markup Language created by Evan Roth and pals at the FFFFF.AT Lab.
This project was developed in collaboration with the EyeWriter project ( http://www.eyewriter.org ) for TEMPT ONE, a paralyzed graffiti artist who has lost the use of his limbs due to Lou Gehrig's disease. The tag drawn by the robot was recorded by TEMPT using the EyeWriter -- a low-cost, open-source eye-tracker for disabled artists. For more information, see http://www.flong.com/blog/archives/565 .