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Graffiti printer using Arduino + Solenoid + 7 Spray cans

Graffiti printer using Arduino + Solenoid + 7 Spray cans


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3 Comments

  1. It’s awesome but takes away from your own original flair. Isn’t graffiti about being an individual? If all graffiti looks the same it’ll take away from the artistic aspect of it.

  2. Wow, thats cool. Mount this on a bicycle, with ir proximity sensors and a motor in order to keep the distance to the wall constant, and you’ll have the ultimate grafitti machine.

  3. Want the HOW-TO?
    Here we go: http://www.graffitiresearchlab.fr/?portfolio=near-tag-quality

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