Wikipedia Edits Being Printed In Real-Time [VIDEO]

Wikipedia’s 10th Anniversary from Dean McNamee on Vimeo.

Wikipedia hired Dean McNamee and Tim Burrell-Saward to create an art project that celebrates the company’s 10th anniversary. The two came up with a great idea. They took 18 printers and suspended them in mid-air. The printers would then print out real-time mades made on Wikipedia to show a physical record of what the community is working on. Each printed edit gave a one line description of the article and the edit that was made by the contributor. [Dean McNamee via Gizmodo]

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