The divide between the real world and the Internet is growing smaller and smaller. With people constantly updating statuses and adding people as 'friends,' the line between the two is becoming hazy. The Urban Cursor is here to document this cultural shift.
Not to be confused with Urban Curser (haha!), this art installation project involves a GPS tracking device to record its real world movements instantly on Google Maps. The Urban Cursor encourages social interaction and brings an element of play back to our public spaces.
The Urban Cursor Brings the Internet to Life
Robyn Currie — November 3, 2009 — Art & Design
References: urbancursor & psfk