July 21, 2006

Mapping Wireless Networks

MIT's iSPOTS project aims at describing changes in living and working at MIT by mapping the dynamics of the wireless network in real-time. Check out the various graphic representations of wireless usage at MIT. They are hoping this project would lead to analysis tools that other organizations and cities could use.

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gravatarPosted by William Claspy
Posted on July 21, 2006 09:37 AM

Ann Wolpert used that image of wireless use on the MIT campus in her talk at our meeting last month- she showed what their campus looked like at 3 am. The picture was lit up like a Christmas tree!





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