Site-Traffic.net (2000)

How do we connect web spaces to their physical counterparts? How can people visting these spaces asynchronously and synchornously interact with each other?

Site_Traffic is a telepresence project that involves both a physical installation and a web-based interface component. The project functions as a fully programmable remote sequencer that allows for unique non-verbal communication between users in the physical and online spaces.

Since Site_Traffic's programming interface lives online, the installation is best realized over time. By placing the physical device in a well-trafficed public space, repeat users can see the change in songs left by users of the project's internet component.

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How do we connect web spaces to their physical counterparts? How can people visting these spaces asynchronously and synchornously interact with each other?

Site_Traffic is a telepresence project that involves both a physical installation and a web-based interface component. The project functions as a fully programmable remote sequencer that allows for unique non-verbal communication between users in the physical and online spaces.

Since Site_Traffic's programming interface lives online, the installation is best realized over time. By placing the physical device in a well-trafficed public space, repeat users can see the change in songs left by users of the project's internet component.

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