Online Game Demonstrates Where Urban Dwellers Seek Privacy In Cities

Online Game Demonstrates Where Urban Dwellers Seek Privacy In Cities
technology

BMW Guggenheim Lab's Public/Private creates unique visual graphs of where people think they are alone.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 april 2013

A new online game from BMW Guggenheim Lab called Public/Private explores the topic of privacy in cities by focusing on where it is sought out by city dwellers. Users pin areas where they seek privacy and how often, creating a unique visual graph that can be compared with results from other people in the same city, as well as from cities around the world.

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