You Can See Where Your Internet Comes From In This Art Installation
Mar 04, 2013 12:48
This art installation will show you where the Internet comes from. The Data Centers Grand Tour, by Silvio Lorusso, an e-Permanent exhibition has a simple goal: to show you the data center where the info flowing into your computer is coming from.
The tour pushes you through a series of domains, and will show you an eye in the sky Google Maps view of the building it resides in. [E-Permanent via Co.Design]
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