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October 6, 2005 on 8:57 pm | In global news | 3 Comments
FatJab

Vincent Leclerc’s FatJab is the latest in a series of painting machines (like Applied Autonomy’s GraffitiWriter and StreetWriter, and Joshua Kinberg’s Bikes Against Bush.) What they all have in common is a linear array of nozzles that sweep out messages, dot-matrix style, across a surface. But what’s different about FatJab is that it’s not something you drive– it’s something you wield, mounted on a set of brass knuckles, like a cyborganic paint-ninja. How hot is that?

Unfortunately the site has only a handful of pictures, and no examples of anything painted with it yet, but I’m hoping that will change very soon, once they find some people with enough skill to test the thing.

(via Protein Feed, via Kevan. Thanks Kev!)

3 Comments

  1. wow! that’s waaaay cool…. i want one! :)

    Comment by Claudine — October 7, 2005 #

  2. love your site graphics…
    interesting ARTicle here…
    ya i want one to…
    theses guys do c.o.d. ?
    http://www.poeticchemistry.blogspot.com

    Comment by seven — October 12, 2005 #

  3. Also make sure to check out the PixelRoller:
    http://random-international.squarespace.com/pixelroller-overview/

    and the I/O brush:
    http://web.media.mit.edu/~kimiko/iobrush/iobrush_quicktime_medium.mov

    (via Adobe Blogs: http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2005/10/photoshop_brush.html )

    Comment by Danny Dawson — October 17, 2005 #

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