March 2009

Supported by Murray G. and Beatrice H. Sherman Charitable Trust

Eclipse is a user driven, networked-art application that alters and corrupts United States national and state park images from based on the real-time Air Quality Index (particle pollution data) provided by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A.) at the site


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“We visit national parks to get away from traffic and smog. But the latter can be hard to shake, even in remote, pristine-seeming places. “Eclipse”, an open-source program created by Cary Peppermint and Leila Christine Nadir of EcoArtTech, will make air pollution’s presence visually — and viscerally — explicit.” – Anna Lena Phillips, American Scientist

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