Pleix compiled images from 1609 outdoor live webcams around the world, recording one frame every 10 minutes during a 24-hour span in January 2004. The images were then arranged within a grid based on their geographical locations, and replayed, thus creating a global map composed of synchronized video. Camera zooms and pans navigate between the macro and micro views.

More information on Pleix and Netlag, from the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. [More....]

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Originally posted on Split Screen by James Seo