The GML Challenge is a program of incentive prizes to generate novel solutions to problems of interest to graffiti writers, computer hackers and the world. The program seeks innovations from diverse and non-traditional sources and the challenges are open to artists, vandals, private companies, student teams and independent inventors. An award is only made to a successful person or team of persons when the challenge is met. All aspects of the winning project must be released under an open license.
(Text adapted from NASA’s Centennial Challenges program.)
Current GML Challenges:
GML Field Recorder Challenge
An easily reproducible DIY device that can unobtrusively record graffiti motion data during a graffiti writer’s normal practice in the city.