A Boston-based computer coder has turned his hand to modifying the Google Maps API to produce some very cool generative art.
Shaun Utter has created a site that automatically generates scenes from a host of predetermined cities, colouring them in shocking fluorescent tones.
Generative art is produced automatically and often employs computer coding to take data - in this case Google's mapping files - and to invert colour palletes or produce visual effects.
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And many of the scenes are familiar to city dwellers the world over...
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London is one of the cities used as part of the site
The images morph into another scene every four seconds
A wide variety of colours are used
Many of the scenes appear to echo modern art
Street scenes like this one produce brightly coloured images