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works tagged with map

Pentagram Work (2003)

I worked at Pentagram, New York in the summers of 2003 and 2004, and made a small webpage with images on it at some point.

Map for the Sefton Park Walk (2006)

A map of Liverpool's Sefton Park for the Sefton Walk Park project, the sound player will follow the trail and even catch its place when the user jumps around in the playback controller. I'm also particularly proud of the black and white version of the map. The map had to be drawn from several refer...

EarthFolding (2003)

A computer screen shows the Earth floating in outer-space. Slowly, as the computer receives and sends Internet data, this model of the Earth folds itself to bring the two countries closer to one another. I hope to illustrate the post-regionality of online community through contorting the land...

Blackout! (2003)

Instructions: Click the image of the US to strike the landscape with lightning bolts and make the power go out in those areas.

Motion Paintings Software (2002)

MotionPaintings was a system I built in collaboration with artist, Rebecca Allen, based on the terrain mapping from her emmersive environment, Emergence. It allows her to easily create a looping keyed path of 3D cameras, intended for motion-tweening at the speed of growing plants. The idea...

Sinapse Identity (2001)

Reactive Logo for Sinapse, a new UCLA Center, dedicated to networking other UCLA Centers to each other. The Java applet features "centralized" and "decentralized" network simulation, based on the building shapes in the UCLA map. Hold your mouse down for a long time to see the buildings turn in...