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PICNIC ’08: The Visible City session

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Wednesday Sept. 24 I went to one of the sessions at PICNIC ’08 called “The Visible City”. This session was about ways of visualizing mobility patterns in the city. From the announcement: What if an entire city could be visible from above, like we see

Gait analysis by satellite

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source: http://technology.newscientist.com Here’s a new project in the surveillance race: gait analysis by using satellites that can identify people’s shadows. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California are working on developing this technique that should be a next step in fighting terrorism. ‘Normal’ gait analysis

Surveillance City

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Trampoline is a Nottingham (uk) based platform for new media art. Like many others they have picked up on the important theme of the privatization of the public sphere. Both physical – as in the emergence of semi-public regenerated down-town shopping experience-zones – as well