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Kingspray Graffiti Simulator VR
Kingspray Graffiti Simulator VR
Published: 2016/05/08
Channel: King Spray
GRAFFITI SIMULATOR IN VIRTUAL REALITY! | Kingspray VR (HTC Vive Gameplay)
GRAFFITI SIMULATOR IN VIRTUAL REALITY! | Kingspray VR (HTC Vive Gameplay)
Published: 2016/05/28
Channel: Nathie
KINGSPRAY GRAFFITI SIMULATOR VR | Pintando paredes en Realidad Virtual
KINGSPRAY GRAFFITI SIMULATOR VR | Pintando paredes en Realidad Virtual
Published: 2017/02/17
Channel: Craker
Kingspray Graffiti - Sofles - BSAF
Kingspray Graffiti - Sofles - BSAF
Published: 2017/02/15
Channel: King Spray
GRAFFITI ART TIME! - VR Spray Painting in KingSpray (HTC Vive)
GRAFFITI ART TIME! - VR Spray Painting in KingSpray (HTC Vive)
Published: 2017/02/05
Channel: Draw with Jazza
Kingspray Graffiti VR - Virtual Reality Graffiti Painting
Kingspray Graffiti VR - Virtual Reality Graffiti Painting
Published: 2016/12/09
Channel: Robbaz
Virtual Graffiti Wall Art - www.interactiveparty.com
Virtual Graffiti Wall Art - www.interactiveparty.com
Published: 2011/11/29
Channel: iec4u
KINGSPRAY GRAFFITI SIMULATOR VR | Wildstyle Speedpaint
KINGSPRAY GRAFFITI SIMULATOR VR | Wildstyle Speedpaint
Published: 2017/03/31
Channel: Craker
All you see is...
All you see is...
Published: 2007/02/20
Channel: James Powderly
Virtual Graffiti: Sense
Virtual Graffiti: Sense
Published: 2015/11/22
Channel: let1trip1
Virtual Graffiti Wall Photo Booth Rental - Corporate Party
Virtual Graffiti Wall Photo Booth Rental - Corporate Party
Published: 2012/12/08
Channel: Game Crazy
AIR Graffiti: Interactive Digital & Virtual Graffiti Wall
AIR Graffiti: Interactive Digital & Virtual Graffiti Wall
Published: 2014/06/09
Channel: FOTO MASTER
Virtual Graffiti 1
Virtual Graffiti 1
Published: 2007/03/21
Channel: xSconex
Jaime Ferrer and his book The End Of This World. (Virtual Graffiti)
Jaime Ferrer and his book The End Of This World. (Virtual Graffiti)
Published: 2014/06/03
Channel: ximarte
Virtual Graffiti Wall www.interactiveparty.com
Virtual Graffiti Wall www.interactiveparty.com
Published: 2012/01/09
Channel: iec4u
Virtual Graffiti: Augmented Reality on Android - Graffiti Tagger Demo
Virtual Graffiti: Augmented Reality on Android - Graffiti Tagger Demo
Published: 2010/12/13
Channel: NTAiren
Virtual Graffiti With Mercedes GLA-Class at NH7 Weekender Pune 2014
Virtual Graffiti With Mercedes GLA-Class at NH7 Weekender Pune 2014
Published: 2014/12/08
Channel: Xenium Digital Private Limited - Interactive Digital Advertising Agency
Virtual Graffiti TV by Party Graffiti
Virtual Graffiti TV by Party Graffiti
Published: 2013/07/25
Channel: Party Graffiti
Interactive floor, wall, augmented reality, virtual graffiti, human joystick company Interactstyle
Interactive floor, wall, augmented reality, virtual graffiti, human joystick company Interactstyle
Published: 2013/05/21
Channel: Interactstyle
AIR Graffiti Wall - Interactive Digital & Virtual Graffiti Wall
AIR Graffiti Wall - Interactive Digital & Virtual Graffiti Wall
Published: 2014/04/22
Channel: FOTO MASTER
AIR Graffiti - The Virtual Graffiti @ Wedding
AIR Graffiti - The Virtual Graffiti @ Wedding
Published: 2012/10/24
Channel: FOTO MASTER
virtual graffiti
virtual graffiti
Published: 2009/12/18
Channel: matthew venn
Virtual calligraphy v0.1 / Virtual graffiti
Virtual calligraphy v0.1 / Virtual graffiti
Published: 2009/04/19
Channel: Julien Breton - Kaalam
Virtual Graffiti
Virtual Graffiti
Published: 2014/04/11
Channel: Tecnología Interactiva
DDD Virtual Graffiti #107
DDD Virtual Graffiti #107
Published: 2017/08/13
Channel: Lana Perez
Air Graffiti Dallas Present Michale Lagocki - Virtual Graffiti Wall with Digital Spray Paint
Air Graffiti Dallas Present Michale Lagocki - Virtual Graffiti Wall with Digital Spray Paint
Published: 2012/10/02
Channel: Air Graffiti Dallas
Virtual Graffiti - Interactive Advertising Agency - Xenium Digital
Virtual Graffiti - Interactive Advertising Agency - Xenium Digital
Published: 2014/03/18
Channel: Xenium Digital Private Limited - Interactive Digital Advertising Agency
Virtual Graffiti: Augmented Reality on Android - Graffiti Builder Demo
Virtual Graffiti: Augmented Reality on Android - Graffiti Builder Demo
Published: 2010/11/22
Channel: NTAiren
Honk Graff
Honk Graff
Published: 2006/10/03
Channel: h0mes
Virtual Graffiti at the Bacardi NH7 Weekender Pune.
Virtual Graffiti at the Bacardi NH7 Weekender Pune.
Published: 2014/12/22
Channel: Mercedes-Benz India
Virtual Graffiti Wall Rental
Virtual Graffiti Wall Rental
Published: 2017/01/26
Channel: GYGO ENTERTAINMENT
Virtual Graffiti Wall from Games2u
Virtual Graffiti Wall from Games2u
Published: 2012/05/01
Channel: bayareagames2
virtual graffiti wall rental nyc
virtual graffiti wall rental nyc
Published: 2015/09/05
Channel: OVATION EVENTS
V-Idea from Virtual Graffiti
V-Idea from Virtual Graffiti
Published: 2015/02/25
Channel: Gregory Shandel
The Virtual Graffiti Wall By FOTOBOYZ EVENTS
The Virtual Graffiti Wall By FOTOBOYZ EVENTS
Published: 2015/09/01
Channel: fotoboyz.com
Virtual Graffiti Wall
Virtual Graffiti Wall
Published: 2013/03/07
Channel: Level11Events
DEFCON 18: VirGraff101: An Introduction to Virtual Graffiti 1/3
DEFCON 18: VirGraff101: An Introduction to Virtual Graffiti 1/3
Published: 2010/10/26
Channel: Christiaan008
DEFCON 18: VirGraff101: An Introduction to Virtual Graffiti 2/3
DEFCON 18: VirGraff101: An Introduction to Virtual Graffiti 2/3
Published: 2010/10/26
Channel: Christiaan008
virtual graffiti
virtual graffiti
Published: 2014/03/20
Channel: cginetwork
virtual graffiti
virtual graffiti
Published: 2008/06/02
Channel: stephen Lewis
Honk NON PHIXION
Honk NON PHIXION
Published: 2006/10/15
Channel: h0mes
Virtual Graffiti 8
Virtual Graffiti 8
Published: 2007/04/26
Channel: xSconex
Virtual Graffiti - Sektor1 Part 2
Virtual Graffiti - Sektor1 Part 2
Published: 2016/02/24
Channel: let1trip1
Virtual Graffiti Wall
Virtual Graffiti Wall
Published: 2013/06/25
Channel: GYGO ENTERTAINMENT
Virtual Graffiti Wall
Virtual Graffiti Wall
Published: 2012/06/18
Channel: John Pizzi
SAP Business One Customer Story: Virtual Graffiti
SAP Business One Customer Story: Virtual Graffiti
Published: 2013/10/08
Channel: ASUGtv
Virtual Graffiti
Virtual Graffiti
Published: 2008/03/26
Channel: Jason Hite
Virtual Graffiti
Virtual Graffiti's NetGuardStore.com Winner Announcement
Published: 2012/05/16
Channel: Virtual Graffiti
Virtual Graffiti
Virtual Graffiti's AstaroGuard.com Winner Announcement
Published: 2012/07/17
Channel: Virtual Graffiti
Virtual Graffiti by What
Virtual Graffiti by What's Up@The Mall Athens
Published: 2010/12/23
Channel: Cosmote What's Up
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Virtual graffiti consists of virtual objects and/or digital messages, images, multimedia or other annotations or graphics applied to public locations, landmarks or surfaces such as walls, train stations, bridges, etc. Virtual graffiti applications utilize augmented reality and ubiquitous computing to anchor virtual graffiti to physical landmarks or objects in the real world. The virtual content is then viewable through devices such as personal computers, smartglasses, set-top boxes or mobile handsets, such as mobile phones or PDAs. The virtual world provides content, graphics, and applications to the user that are not available in the real world. Virtual graffiti is a novel initiative aimed at delivering messaging and social multimedia content to mobile applications and devices based on the location, identity, and community of the participating entity.

Styles[edit]

This overall effort focuses on creating new mobile experiences based on merging virtual reality, telepresence, and location-based services. These experiences are seen to evolve over time based on the needs and capabilities of the users.

Location-based messaging[edit]

This set of use cases is centered on a mobile user receiving or sending a message based on the computed location of the user. These include experiences such as

  • A mobile user poses a query where the nearest Italian restaurant is and receives a set of messages and coupons from nearby restaurant proprietors.
  • A user receives a message on her phone that there is an accident on the road a few miles ahead along with a suggested alternative route to take.
  • Coworkers arrive in a conference room and receive a notification that the meeting has been moved to a new location.

These use cases are important because they serve as a basis from which the other use cases are built. The resolution of the messaging content is directly related to the accuracy with which the location can be computed.

Location anchored virtual reality[edit]

This involves anchoring a virtual reality experience at a physical location. Thus the experiences in the virtual world can only be had at a specific real location. Several use cases that are included here are

  • A virtual command post can be set up at the scene of an incident. This command post involves the sharing of information in the virtual world but can only be accessed by those at the scene of the incident.
  • A set of blogs and media files are left at famous outdoor sculptures. Groups of friends can contribute, copy, and share files only while they are viewing the sculpture.

Background[edit]

The phrase "virtual graffiti" has existed for a long time and has been applied to numerous different applications over the years. Originally, it referred to posting messages on electronic bulletin board systems and marking up whiteboard applications. From there, it developed in academia into contextual messaging applications. Several such examples are given below.

Contextual messaging[edit]

Contextual messaging refers to leaving some type context-specific annotation, e.g. a virtual post-it note on a computer monitor, a time-sensitive message attached to a conference room telling the occupants you won’t be attending a meeting or location-based graffiti on a physical object.

Researchers at the University of Salford experimented with a CAVE system[1] in which a user could mark up a scene using 6-degree of freedom sensors. Obviously this is not something that is suitable for immediate use or mass market applications, but it serves as starting point from which other work could be derived.

Kit Hughes, during a research fellowship at the University of Georgia in 2003, developed a system in which users with WiFi-enabled mobile devices could mark up buildings in downtown Athens, Georgia with their own virtual graffiti via a process known as tagging.[2] In this system, the buildings are selected on a map and the graffiti is stored in a database where it can be accessed from other mobile devices and the project’s website.

A location-based messaging system[3] for leaving virtual post-it notes on physical objects was developed at the National University of Singapore. The system uses mobile devices as AR interfaces to view virtual messages associated with fiducial markers on physical objects.

In a project from Lancaster University,[4] mobile phones are used as digital spray cans. RFID tags are used to identify objects that can be marked up. The RFID tags can hold the identities of the last five people to leave graffiti. The graffiti itself is stored on a server indexed by RFID tag. When another user comes within range of an RFID-tagged object, the graffiti associated with that object is downloaded into their mobile device.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lim, MY; Aylett, R (2004), "MY Virtual Graffiti System", Intl. Conf. on Multimedia and Expo, IEEE, pp. 847–50 
  2. ^ Hughes, Kit. "Experimental wireless art project enables virtual graffiti". Retrieved 2003.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. ^ Singh, S (2004), "Augmented Reality Post-It System", SIGCHI Intl. Conf. on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology, et al., ACM 
  4. ^ Garner, P (2006), "The Mobile Phone as Digital Spray Can", SIGCHI Intl. Conf. on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology, et al., ACM 

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