By: Ben Butterworth
The estimated $22 million San Francisco spends annually on cleaning up graffiti could buy plenty of iPhones – and with the release of the Graff City iPhone App, that might not be such a bad idea. The app, which was released earlier this month, allows users to virtually “tag” buildings, sidewalks, cars and pretty much anything else they can think of. This is accomplished through the use of augmented reality software that allows users to add digital information to photographs.
Don’t like how the plain white wall in Potrero Hill looks? Just snap a photo with your iPhone and let your artistic imagination run wild by using the variety of colors and brush effects offered by the Graff City app. Read More