VEKTORKOLLEKTOR is a mobile vector drawing machine. It consists of an old pen plotter (big thanks to XHAIN for the donation), which is operated by an arcade joystick. The drawn images are digitally archived and published on this website. You can browse the data set by swiping or with the arrow keys.
VEKTORKOLLEKTOR was made 2021 by Niklas Roy and Kati Hyyppä in Chemnitz at Dialogfelder ZWEI, a residency project of Klub Solitaer.
VEKTORKOLLEKTOR at Deutsches Technisches Museum Berlin
The installation and this website have built-in music, which is composed by KOKORO. Further tracks are contributed by FXA & some more openly licensed titles are used from modarchive.org

The  vector data set (RAW/OPTIMIZED/PDF) is in the public domain (CC0). Feel free to do whatever you like with it! You can also directly load the vector drawings into Inkscape, thanks to this super cool Plugin written by Mario Voigt.
We have used the vector drawings so far to plot big graffitis:
Vector graffiti
Mario has laser-cut a stamp out of a wood block:
Vector stamp
We have also printed a cup:
Vector cup
And we made a kind of funny horoscope, the Vektorskop (PDF in German). It is also available in physical form at Späti in Chemnitz.
Making the Vektorskop
If you want to read more about the installation, have a look at Niklas  website.

Here's also an album with a lot more photos of the installation.

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