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The Jonas Lud's Project Lets Multiple Strangers Share the Web Pages

By: Misel Saban - Published: • References: rhizome.org & wired
Jonas Lund, an artist from Sweden, played around with different types of internet platforms and developed the 'We See in Every Direction' as an interesting browser feature that lets multiple Internet users from across the world access the same webpages.

How 'We See in Every Direction' works is users of different Internet platforms from around the world are able to simultaneously access the same webpages. When someone downloads the app, they see the webpage on their computer screen, but instead of seeing their own activity, they see the activity of multiple people transposed onto one screen. Multiple mouse cursors, what people are searching and changing URLs are all some of the rapidly changing Internet activities users are able to see unfold in real-time.

A fusion of both art and multifaceted technology, the We See in Every Direction web feature is remarkably cool. Stats for Multi-User Internet Platforms Trending: Older & Chilly
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