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Boleslaw Musierowicz, Urte Naujekaite, Anand Singh, Dori Sadan , Dolan Alexander

Rambla de Catalunya is a unique and dynamic public space however; its information is static and nonreactive. The pervasive and real-time information that is on the avenue is un-linked from the activities and people on the street. Using social media and geocoding the information that is produced within the avenue is connected to an actual location. When this locative media is monitored and analyzed, events and trends start to emerge. This public information starts to affect the relationship between public and private space. By  producing public information within a private space begins to shift its state into the public realm. An atmospheric information system on the street provides the link between the people and events. The events within the private spaces become represented on the public space.

The visualization takes place in three parts; the people, the hits on the events and the connection between other events. This dynamic proposal is seen first at a cloud and projection that will later evolve into an omnipresent atmosphere of information. The final rendition looks at how information will become 3 dimensional which will create an information system that completely physical.