the urban cursor project by danish designer sebastian campion uses GPS tracking to record the movements of a giant 3-d computer cursor. the project was created for the festival ingràvid in figueres, spain. the giant cursor was installed in a city square allowing visitors to move it around on its large castors. the object was embedded with GPS device that transmitted its movements so that its location could be tracked using google maps. users were encouraged to move the object around and use it to sit on or play with. later, these same visitors could check the website to see how they moved the cursor. the aim of the piece was ‘to facilitate social interaction and play in public space.’
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from a migrant community center in thailand to earthquake resistant design in mexico, this year we have been inundated with submissions from our readers.
in our unreleased video footage, enzo mari defines the moral position of our profession to show its limits and dangers as only a great could do, with sublime »
in our unreleased video footage, enzo mari defines the moral position of our profession to show its limits and dangers as only a great could do, with sublime humility.
designed by studio MSCHF, 'puff the squeaky chicken' features a perpetually open mouth and lazily bloodshot eyes.
the exhibition pays tribute to the work of the visionary french architect and designer upon the twentieth anniversary of her passing.