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Summary:

Michael Krell of Crowdflow takes the location data from 880 iPhones for the month of April 2011 and creates a time-lapse video that shows how iPhone users flow across Europe. It is pretty hypnotic. There are three videos that are worth watching.

Michael Krell of Crowdflow takes the location data from 880 iPhones for the month of April 2011 and creates a time-lapse video that shows how iPhone users flow across Europe. It is pretty hypnotic. There are three videos; be sure to watch them in full-screen mode to enjoy the full impact.

Videos via Information Aesthetics and CuriosityCounts.com

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  1. Michael Kreil Friday, July 15, 2011

    Hi, thank you for the article! But there’s a typing error: my name is “Kreil”. :)

    1. Oops. I would chalk it to over enthusiasm and lack of coffee. :-) The error has been fixed

      1. Yeah, not fixed yet. And other blogs are starting to call me “Krell” too … :D

    2. @Michael how did you get the location data of 880 iPhones?

  2. hmmm…interesting, but the creator is still not getting the proper credit – his name is still spelled incorrectly. I saw this on Twitter and the name given is Krell…pity – it was interesting.

  3. Very nice visuals, but its more like “How some iPhones move across Europe.”

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