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Mapping Cellphone Usage

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Researchers at MIT have created a map of Graz, Austria showing cellphone usage. Data from many cellphones can be collected and mapped simultaneously, resulting in a dynamic and ever-changing map of cellphone use. A press release and web site provides more detailed information. Some images are on display on the website and a pdf contains more images. Sadly, none of these has a legend or any text explaining what the viewer is looking at. The dynamic maps will be on display at M-City at Kunsthaus Graz from October 1, 2005 to January 8, 2006.

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