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Using the combination of projections and computer programming, FLOW is a motion tracking and video projection project. This project was developed with the use of public space in mind. This project will be situated outside in the Surrey Central Civic Plaza, utilizing the public space, and allow participants to interact with each other through the projections. This project hopes to revive the plaza during non-peak hours and increase the amount of traffic in the plaza and create a sense of liveliness.
2015 Surrey Place-Making Award Winner