“iSee is a web-based application charting the locations of closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance cameras in urban environments. With iSee, users can find routes that avoid these cameras (“paths of least surveillance”) allowing them to walk around their cities without fear of being “caught on tape” by unregulated security monitors.” This project was started in 2001. Here’s me thinking I had an original idea with the concept I developed for my Procedural Urban Rhetorics talk from 2008. Sigh. This is very interesting stuff, by the way.
Niels ‘t Hooft reports on Adrian Hon’s presentation at the NLGD Festival of Games 2009 (in Dutch). Of all the event’s keynotes, the one he highlights is programmed by yours truly.