The Sander Veenhof ‘Biggar' Reaches All Nations Simulaten

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Dec 6, 2010 • References: & zmarter
This Sander Veenhof ‘Biggar’ project unites the global community despite different locations. Comprised of almost 7.5 billion floating virtual blocks, this augmented reality exhibition is visible to all, so long as you’re equipped with a smartphone to see it.

The Sander Veenhof ‘Biggar’ installation was launched on November 18th of 2010 at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, with each cube expanding by one virtual meter daily. The world can watch as the suspended boxes change color simultaneously around the planet.

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