Laser Tag and LED Throwies at Darwin Fringe Festival

  • 20 August 2009
  • Bong Ramilo

Laser Tagging and LED Throwies are "open source technologies" developed by the Graffiti Research Lab that will be used and developed iby Frontline, These technologies are featured in the Darwin Fringe Festival 2009, known as Fringe @ The Bank, from 12 -15 and 19-22 August, at the old Commonwealth Bank in Darwin City.

Laser Tag and LED Throwies are projects of the Graffiti Research Lab (GRL) who are “dedicated to outfitting graffiti artists with open source technologies for urban communication”. Inspired by GRL, Darwin Community Arts and The Mesh, who work together on Frontline, wish to develop open source technologies for community artists. Find out more about Laser Tagging, LED Throwies: Laser Tag: http://graffitiresearchlab.com/?page_id=76#video; LED Throwies: http://graffitiresearchlab.com/?page_id=1

Thanks to these organisations for their support for setting up Laser Tag and LED Throwies at the Fringe: The Mesh: http://www.the-mesh.org; Darwin Gamers Association: http://www.darwingamers.org. The Laser Tag and LED Throwies team for Fringe @ The Bank:  Krystin Dix, Adam Perfrement, Bong Ramilo, Barry Robinson, Dick Whittington, and Sam Wilson.