Brief

Trevor McDonald and Trevor McDonald

This is a server that lets people graffiti virtually through AR without any materials besides their phone. Have you ever thought, "That building would look really cool covered in color." Well now all you need is your smart phone and some imagination to see the world in a new light! IT can also help people practice their art and make people less likely to deface historical buildings in real life.

However, it is not supposed to be used to color private property like someone's house.

The app uses a spray can and when you press a button, you have now put your mark in the AR world. Using geotags, you can mark and see where things are and what other people have created. Now go out there and explore your artsy side!

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Evan Johnston and Evan Johnston

graffitiAR is an app that allows you to graffiti the world without tarnishing the places you are using as a canvas.

in graffitiAR users can spray digital paint on the word (viewed through a cell phone), and geotag that graffiti so others can see it on their own devices.


this is usefull as it gives a means of self expression onto the world that does not carry the drawbacks that graffiti often does.

the project detects surfaces on your phone, and when you press a button, the phone knows where the wall is, and sprays digital graffiti.

right now we are using vuforiaAR for unity.

users use the phone as a spray can, or as a viewfinder to view others work.

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Isa Murray and Isa Murray

My team and I developed a AR Graffiti app allowing the user to spray virtual graffiti onto a horizontal plane. The app renders many points on an identified plane and daws a line connecting the points. Further, the app uses GPS data to render graffiti sprayed by other people. A feature that we are unable to add is a hierarchy of graffiti from different time periods. The app allows for people to communicate and express their feelings and beliefs in a way that is legal and easy.

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isa:

My team and I developed a AR Graffiti app allowing the user to spray virtual graffiti onto a horizontal plane. The app renders many points on an identified plane and daws a line connecting the points. Further, the app uses GPS data to render graffiti sprayed by other people. A feature that we are unable to add is a hierarchy of graffiti from different time periods. The app allows for people to communicate and express their feelings and beliefs in a way that is legal and easy.

trevor:

This is a server that lets people graffiti virtually through AR without any materials besides their phone. Have you ever thought, "That building would look really cool covered in color." Well now all you need is your smart phone and some imagination to see the world in a new light! IT can also help people practice their art and make people less likely to deface historical buildings in real life.

However, it is not supposed to be used to color private property like someone's house.

The app uses a spray can and when you press a button, you have now put your mark in the AR world. Using geotags, you can mark and see where things are and what other people have created. Now go out there and explore your artsy side!

evan:

graffitiAR is an app that allows you to graffiti the world without tarnishing the places you are using as a canvas.

in graffitiAR users can spray digital paint on the word (viewed through a cell phone), and geotag that graffiti so others can see it on their own devices.


this is usefull as it gives a means of self expression onto the world that does not carry the drawbacks that graffiti often does.

the project detects surfaces on your phone, and when you press a button, the phone knows where the wall is, and sprays digital graffiti.

right now we are using vuforiaAR for unity.

users use the phone as a spray can, or as a viewfinder to view others work.