NPR (National Public Radio) features the Real Time Rome project on the Mixed Signals blog by JJ Sutherland on September 19, 2006. It says:
“OK, not sure if you can make it to the Venice Biennale before it closes Nov. 19, but those crazy guys at MIT have produced an exhibit, which uses data from wireless devices, to show how people interact with a city in real time.”
4 responses to “Real Time Rome on NPR”
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congrats burak. keep the blog coming!