The content below first appeared in the Thought Box blog on January 4, 2012. It was written by Deathgleaner. Click here for original post.
This is another example of a great project that uses social networking crowd-sourcing. I re-discovered this while looking through my Twitter following list. Check it out:
The project gathers @replies and mentions from Twitter, and displays an animation on a giant screen mounted on a building based on users’ tweets. (When it first came out, it was mounted in London, but now, it’s looking for a place to stay.)
How it works
You send an @reply to its Twitter account, @thehellowall, using a combination of the following commands:
- And HTML colors.
A command could look like this:
@thehellowall White circles bigger
The Wall will interpret your command, and display it instantly. It’s that simple!