We really like the resulting visualisation:
Using the software the participants were able to play with the mapping and adjust the composition of their run which was then outputted as a high resolution print for them to take home. We also worked with the Innovation Lab at Nike to laser etch the runner's name, the distance they ran and their run path onto a custom fabricated shoe box, which contained a pair of the 'City Pack' shoes from their city of origin.
The second part was a retail installation which visualized a year's worth of runs from the Nike+ website. We made custom software that played back runs throughout three cities: New York, London and Tokyo. The runs showed tens of thousands of peoples runs animating the city and bringing it to life. You can see individual runs, as well as the collective energy of all the urban runners.
Produced in collaboration with DualForces.
YesYesNo Team: Zach Lieberman, Emily Gobeille and Theo Watson.
Software was made with openFrameworks v007b and uses Moka's ofxTileSaver addon.
For more info take a look at yesyesno.com/nike-collab-paint