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Published on Oct 21, 2015
Airbare is a data art project that visualizes data collected from air quality sensors in the city of Louisville. The project layers our view of the world with air particles that have been amplified, almost as if seeing them through a microscope. An element of gamification allows the users to learn more about what causes air pollution and what can be done to reverse it on our end.
SXSW Eco’s Place by Design competition celebrates innovative design work that transforms the built environment for positive economic, environmental and social impact. The visionary projects showcased in Place by Design demonstrate the potential for public space to cultivate and revive localized culture and to profoundly affect many aspects of society, from civic engagement to environmental adaptation to public health. In addition to the PXD competition, the accompanying program features workshops, coaching sessions and a variety of opportunities intended to further the field of place-based design and foster connections between attendees. Applications will open when our season launches in early 2016.
SXSW Eco 2015 - Place by Design - Data + Tech Category Finalist: Airbare