Searchscapes

Searchscapes
technology

Brazilian new media artist Juliana Sato Yamashita's project Searchscapes is a fascinating look at what the future may hold for how we interact with the world around us. It was...

Guy Brighton
  • 28 april 2005

Brazilian new media artist Juliana Sato Yamashita‘s project "Searchscapes" is a fascinating look at what the future may hold for how we interact with the world around us. It was inspired by an art piece by Jeffrey Shaw from about 15 years ago where a person could ride a stationary bike "through" a virtual representation of a city. The idea is to have a navigable three dimensional map with text correlating to site specific features.

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