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    Emergence and Navigating...
    Develop a generative, emergent process to fill space (2D or 3D) using only black lines. Modify a known process or invent your own. Implement your...
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    Navigating Through Graffiti 1 (Phase 1)
    Project: Emergence and Navigating Space
    &colorInspirations:
    Creating a stop motion video
    http://www.scenemissing.net/works/moving/?i=347&show=video

    and focusing on this idea of extruding the most important aspect of the image into 3D.


    id extrude from chrisd on Vimeo.

    The images below are just 10 out of the 400 images that we took while at Venice Beach. We hope to make a stop motion video out of all the images to create a sense of navigation through this space of graffiti and color.









    Extrude the graffiti and focus on the colors and pixels.











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    datadreamer     Wed, Feb 13, 2008  Permanent link
    More awesome stuff for inspiration:
    This project is quite a few years old and was done before long-exposure light sculpture got really popular (and used by sprint), and integrates the bullet time camera techniques developed by olivier gondry to represent the tags in a spatial way.

    The movie below I just stumbled across but presents a similar effect, only using digitally created paint lines which are saved in a simulated 3d space, and displayed to the painter in an augmented reality apparatus.



    This is the original graffiti analysis project that Evan Roth did which is the basis for all of the work graffiti research labs has been doing.
     
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