Paint Machine, a printer that prints small bitmaps on the street

Posted on Thursday, December 24th, 2015 in Arduino, DIY by DP


Alex Weber has posted a new project on building a DIY Paint Machine, he writes:

Here is my latest creature, the Paint Machine. It’s a machine the prints simple bitmaps with spray chalk on the street or sidewalk.

Some of the key features:
*dimension: width: 220cm, length: 38cm, height: 24cm, weight: 12kg
*printing speed: ca. 0.036 km/h
*resolution (4:3): 61px * 46px, print: 225cm * 170cm
*swappable print head
*remote controlled with smartphone app

Project info at Tinkerlog site.

Check out the video after the break.

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2 Responses to “Paint Machine, a printer that prints small bitmaps on the street”

  1. KH says:

    I’m torn, I like the thing, I don’t like its purpose :-)
    Hmmm… we need some anti-aliased pixels…

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