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“Deep City” is a three-part installation in Google’s NYC Headquarters, created by “Hush”, a studio that creates interactive media architecture, and fabricated by “SITU”, a firm that specializes in the fabrication of technically demanding projects. The three-part installation, comprised of “The Passage”, “City Cave” and “The Skywalk”, uses the guests and visitors own voices and movements gathered by sensors as data to computationally produce an artistic experience and record of their journey.

As shown in the video above, this project was very complex in creating software that registered human input as data in a visual way onto a physical medium that itself was complex and custom created. I think these kinds of interactive digital artworks are really powerful as they allow people to interact with tech and data in a pleasant way and therefore expose them to the creative end of code.

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