Front Square, Trinity College, Dublin (top) and the NYC site at DUMBO
‘Two screens, one located in New York and the other in Dublin create a live audio visual link. Passers by notice the changing image, sound, sky, wind and weather in the linked place and on approach are able to chat to people over there.’
Aoife O’Grady writes:
Irish architect Cathal Curtin has launched a unique new project on Kickstarter to digitally connect New York and Dublin. It would allow friends and family (and strangers) to speak, see and interact with each other right from the heart of each city (Trinity’s front square in Dublin and DUMBO in NYC). Anyone who supports it, can have their name, or that of a friend, engraved on the structure in Dublin or NYC.