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Loci: 3D sculptures of flight patterns

Copenhagen-based creative and interaction designer Andrew Spitz’s loci is a pretty cool 3D-printed sculpture made out of flight data. Through custom software, the user can connect to Tripit or Foursquare, import his past flight data, and then select specific flights worth remembering, such as flights taken for a honeymoon or a gap year. Each loci comes with a map card with all the airports, and the sculpture can then be placed on this card to visualize the travels. So cool.


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