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G.P.S. Drawing

G.P.S. Drawing, one of the projects presented at Glowlab's 2003 Psy.Geo.Conflux, makes the New York Times:

"Now come Jeremy Wood and Hugh Pryor, a young British duo who use the Global Positioning System's network of 24 satellites, which can track a person's location on the planet to within a few yards, to produce virtual art on the Internet."

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