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This is a spatial installation that has been getting a lot of press recently. Its really engaging but not interactive - a distinction that is not common in many computing installations.
You can see more about the project at Chris O'Shea's website.
Posted by Anijo Mathew on November 18, 2009 at 08:03 AM in Environments, Interaction | Permalink
That is of course a cultural thing. In America we are used to interacting with strangers. I wonder how much of that will happen in a more "critical-of-strangers" society like India.
Anijo Mathew |
November 18, 2009 at 01:45 PM
I love this kind of art because it brings strangers together over something silly and fun and, just for a moment, we're all in it together without contention.
Kim Erwin |
November 18, 2009 at 11:06 AM
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