Most cities use 3D virtual maps to aid in town planning. At the moment these are kept private. There is an opportunity to open this data as virtual environments where artists and those in the creative industries can create virtual public art and experiment with ways of reinterpreting urban space. This can be used as a crowdsourcing tool by planners, as an art space in its own right and if virtual cities are connected ...more »
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