A curious example of how maps, technology, and places are
becoming increasingly interconnected is this digital "divining"
device. You grab the device, and head out into a neighborhood
with it and it experience data (sounds, stories, information, etc)
which are, in essence, digitally mapped into the place. The map
is the landscape!
Descriptions of the project, images of the digital diviner, and
some maps are here:
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