Google Shoot View

Amsterdam-based digital agency Pool has just launched Google Shoot View, a pretty extraordinary web-based first-person shooter that takes Google Street View as environment. The game encourages players to “explore the beauty of the world’s cities, towns and villages through 360-degree street-level imagery… and fire a M4A1 assault rifle”.

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Guided By Music

The National Gallery of Denmark launched an interesting project involving art and music some months ago, that breaks the intangible screen that usually divides us from the modern art world. The institute asked several Danish musicians to compose a track based on their interpretation of some of the major works released by Danish and Nordic artists between 1750…

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Keep Yourself Warm With The Public Heater

We don’t have to smoke any more to get social with strangers at the train station. Yesterday I came across a rather innovative urban installation at Schiedam Centrum station (a Rotterdam suburb) that has to keep the train travelers warm when they’re waiting at windy stations. On a cold day like yesterday strangers huddle together to…

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Literature In The Copenhagen Metro

Metro Litteratur is a recently launched campaign that helps to promote talented Danish authors, poets and graphic artists by distributing their works at various metro stations in the city of Copenhagen. The program is a collaboration between the Milan-based organization Subway Letteratura and the Copenhagen Metro Authority and is “a result of a competition held earlier this year, which led to the publication of thirteen small booklets that are offered to passengers free of charge”, writes Guerrilla Innovation. Every booklet is published in 300,000 copies and can be downloaded over here.

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