The Nemesis Machine is an installation that visualizes city locales and explores new ways of thinking about public space

Many of us spend our days living, working, and traveling within and about urban environments. But despite our close relationships and endless interactions with our surroundings, it’s hard to objectively visualize these systems that we call “cities.” The Nemesis Machine is an electronic installation that uses city data to re-create the metropolis on a miniature scale.

Every interaction that takes place in the actual city is translated into digital information that then brings the “replica city” to life.

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