Microsoft Tags Converted Into Interactive Digital Art

Microsoft Tags Converted Into Interactive Digital Art
technology

Mobile barcodes are used in the Tag: We're It project as a visually aesthetic installation in Austin, Texas.

Yi Chen
  • 1 november 2011


The Tag: We’re It project uses Microsoft Tag technology to ‘aesthetically explore the relationship between data and memory.’ The large installation includes various Microsoft Tags, which from afar, appear like binary dots scattered across a wall. Smaller black-framed squares can be moved around and depending which Microsoft Tag a block moves over, a particular video will play.

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