Posts Tagged ‘communication’

From MySpace to fakespace:
How close are we to travel without moving

Monday, March 17, 2008 11:15 No Comments

Originally published on Doors of Perception, written by John Thackara, reblogged by Cluster This is my talk from yesterday in Helsinki at Pixelache University. There are pix here Could the biosphere be saved by six glass lamps, six speakers, 36 ultra bright leds, six diy mono amplifiers, a diy arduino-based six channel led dimmer, a […]

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The city that never sleeps … nor stops talking

Tuesday, March 11, 2008 9:20 No Comments

Originally published on MIT news, reblogged by Cluster. Image / senseable city lab. NYTE’s Globe Encounters visualizes in real time the volumes of Internet data flowing between New York and cities around the world. The size of the glow on a particular city location corresponds to the amount of IP traffic flowing between that place […]

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