Submit GML tags to MFF2010 in the Browser
Aug. 6, 2010 by Evan Roth

This thing requires canvas. Use a real browser, mate.

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I am excited to introduce a new way to submit tags to Graffiti Analysis for the Media Facades Festival 2010.  Laurent Van Basselaere (Coding with Attitude) created a web-based GML canvas recorder that sends data directly to #000000book, where it is stored in Graffiti Markup Language (.gml) format. The browser based GML recorder is embedded above.

To use, simply move the mouse cursor over the black space and left-click to draw (make sure your browser's scroll bar is all the way at the top). When done, click "Share". A dialog box will open and you will be asked to click "Share" again. This will take you to the #000000book site and automatically submit your tag for consideration for Graffiti Analysis MFF 2010. For best results, open this page in FireFox and use a stylus pen (as oposed to a mouse or trackpad).

You can find the original version of the GML canvas recorder on Laurent's site here.

For more information on Graffiti Analysis and the Media Facades Festival click here.