A digital artwork, created in a collaboration between City of Casey and Swinburne University, has won the Graphic Design Interactive Design category of the prestigious 2022 DNA Paris Design awards. 

The DNA Paris Design Awards honours  the work of international architects and designers who improve daily lives through practical, beautiful and innovative design.   

The project is a real-time interactive data visualisation displayed on a large-scale media wall that connects the Melbourne communities of Narre Warren, Berwick and Cranbourne in a 24-hour-flow of everyday life driven by data captured in September 2021.

The aim of the work is to demonstrate how real-time captured data can be both informative and engaging, as well as to showcase where and when members of the community are on the move.


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