Real Time Rome to debut at Venice Biennale

We finally opened the Real Time Rome exhibition in Venice Architecture Biennale. I designed and developed 6 visual software in collaboration with Francesco Calabrese. I don’t have words to talk about this project now, so here what MIT news office says:

“The project utilizes data gathered, in real time and at an unprecedented scale, from cell phones and other wireless technologies, to better understand the patterns of daily life in Rome, and to illustrate what ubiquitous connectivity in an urban environment looks like.”

View from Software 2, Connectivity: is public transportation where the people are?

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