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Loci, a 3D sculpture of all your travels

Travellers now have a new way of remembering all their journeys, this solution is called Loci and was devised by Andrew Spitz, as part of his final year project at ICID University in Copenhagen. Software allows users to enter their flight data manually, using a Tripit platform or Foursquare. Once all this information has been entered, the software generates a 3D file representing flight curves, all that remains is to print it in 3D and fix it on a map describing the airports, dates, number of flights flown and the total distance covered.

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