Google Analytics For Physical Environments

If you run a blog or a website, tools like Google Analytics generate loads of useful data that tells you things like where your visitors come from and how they use your website. How interesting would it be to translate that idea to an offline environment? That’s exactly what Swedish-born, Amsterdam/Berlin-based artist Jonas Lund did. 
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Google Analytics For Physical Environments

If you run a blog or a website, tools like Google Analytics generate loads of useful data that tells you things like where your visitors come from and how they use your website. How interesting would it be to translate that idea to an offline environment? That’s exactly what Swedish-born, Amsterdam/Berlin-based artist Jonas Lund did. 

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