Atlas of the habitual

by filipe pais



Each one of us is now perfectly equiped to enter in contact with someone, to know anykind of information available on the web, to find a “lost” place in the map, to listen to our favorite tunes anytime and anywhere. Although the super powers that technology has given to us over time have their weak points and dark sides that we should think about. Mobile phones and devices like iphone can be easily tracked and followed without user’s permission. With this possibility in mind, the atlas of the habitual by Tim Clark is a visualization of his geo-location routine during 200 days asking questions about what do this information means to the person tracked and to a system that is more and more depending on personal information.  You can see it here in detail.

See also the post on Eyebeam website