Chromaroma uses the data from your travel cards/ oyster cards and even bike key to generate a framework for play between users. By using the data from TFL, your journeys become figures of engagement on an interactive map of the city.
IT becomes a digital interface that visualises your physicality in reality, and then directs it in relation to others. It is in its early stages, and i am still unsure what you play it on (im usssuming any smartphone) however there is already a user generated game called ‘Shoreditch twat’ where you get 100 points for travelling between Hackney and Hoxton.
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