Mapping The London Underground Live

Mapping The London Underground Live
technology

What are the ramifications of privacy issues when mapping the earth and status awareness collide?

Lisa Baldini
  • 1 july 2010

In a move that gives more credence to the ever growing socialized panopticon and societies of control, Matthew Somerville’s mash-up allows people to track exactly the location of the London Underground. In this case, the yellow pins represent the tube stations and the red pins (in real-time) chart the locations of the trains from the TFL’s API.

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