Memory Walk
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Etimology: [memory + walk]

1: Makes visible the way people travel through the city by recording pedestrians’ steps across a space. Every time a footstep falls on a digital paver, the paver emits an additional increment of light. As people cross the pavement, paths of light are illuminated where people tread the most; untread areas emit no light. Thus, people become aware of the traces their movements leave upon the surfaces of the street.
2: Part of the Zaragoza’s Digital mile project.


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(georgios machairas, 09/12/07)
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