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The underground is where it’s at this week with cellphone service rolling out across the Chelsea tracks and a new digital interactive installation being unveiled at Union Square Station. Part of the MTA’s Artist for Transit initiative, "Union Square in Motion” is not just any old zoetrope—it’s the world’s largest digital linear zoetrope. (Just a quick FYI, a "zoetrope” is a device that produces an illusion of action from a rapid succession of static pictures—kind of like a super-advanced flip book.) Designed by students at Parsons, the interactive art installation is meant to "give riders a break” with "nine colorful scenes of wonky shapes, nature, and dancers,” reported Curbed.com. "Kids are said to be getting smudge marks all over the glass…At the moment there’s no official tear-down date, so assume it’ll be up for a while unless the glass-smudging gets totally out of hand.”
Union Square Station adds some Motion to it's Ocean
Photo Credit: Curbed.com