Institute for Applied Autonomy

| January 6, 2003 Issue

A Web-based application to help New York City pedestrians find routes that avoid surveillance cameras. A van modified to print messages onto streets. A robotic pamphleteer that capitalizes on “the aesthetics of cuteness.” Find out about these and other projects of the Institute for Applied Autonomy, where technology takes a turn from “tools of repression” to “cultural insurrection”.

--Chris Dodge

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