GeoPulse at AEC

New exhibition at the Ars Electronica Center

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Ars Electronica Solutions realized the new exhibition GeoPulse at the Ars Electronica Center. GeoPulse puts a state-of-the-art simulation & visualization tool into your hands, one that lets you explore Linz and other cities worldwide literally “single-handedly.” Take hold of one of the digital pens, enter this walk-through interactive databank, and use the pen to select letters, city maps, wall surfaces and other objects.

GeoPulse’s user-friendly interaction makes it easy for you to immerse yourself in this extraordinary realm of experience, and to visually, intuitively encounter complex, eye-opening information about very diverse cities. This is a fun approach to gathering facts you need to know, and to comparing local and global processes. Grasp interrelationships prevailing in these metropolitan areas from new perspectives, view images, videos, texts, maps, infographics, statistics and other data on a wide variety of urban topics, and access detailed information about the development of the City of Linz.

Client: Ars Electronica
Project Credits: Michael Badics, Cecile Bucher, My Trinh Gardiner, Imanol Gomez, Martina Karrer, Harald Moser, Ali Nikrang, Gerald Priewasser
Foto Credits: Martin Hieslmair, Tom Mesic, Michael Kaczorowski