Lycett, Robert (2006) re:draw. In: Huddersfield Digital Research Unit presentation at Culture Lab, 30th November, 2006, Culture Lab, Newcastle University. (Unpublished)

The 're:draw' series of digital artworks explore the graphic potential of GPS noise. Inverting the conventional use of GPS technology, a geographically fixed GPS device no longer records a physical journey, but the noise in the system - the changing signal strengths reflecting the position of the orbiting satellites, interference caused by local atmospheric conditions, a flock of birds flying overhead ... This recorded data describes imaginary journeys, events and impossible geographies. The 3D rendering produces an endless typographic projection, writings, books and other material.

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