Yes, The graffiti was in in their website.
Structure of their website:
Their website the graffiti video image
Youtube the background video image
Users can see the video image as one image.
To avoid the problem of copyright, they find their way like transclusion.
In fact, I need to research Japanese copyright law, however, that would be
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I looked at the site and, since it's in Japanese,
couldn't learn anything.
I presume that to see the graffiti you have to watch
the YouTube movie through their site?
On 7/8/07, Yukihiko YOSHIDA <email@example.com
Hello from Tokyo.
In Tokyo, the following web tool were released and they get popular.
"Rakugaki" means Graffiti.
Users can scribble to video images on Youtube.
Users can also add mosaic to video images on Youtube.
They would be one of interesting product in the field of "Digital
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