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Loci, a 3D sculpture of all your travels

Travelers now have a new way of remembering all their journeys, this solution is called Loci and was imagined by Andrew Spitz, as part of his graduation project, at ICID University in Copenhagen. A software allows users to enter their flight data manually, thanks to a Tripit platform, or thanks to Foursquare. Once all this information is filled in, the software generates a 3D file representing flight curves, it remains only to print it in 3D and fix it on a map describing the airports, the dates, the number of flights made and the total distance traveled.

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