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In the winter of 2002, the Whitney Museum of American Art invited digital media artist Yoshi Sodeoka to contribute a project to Artport, the museum's online portal to the world of Web art (see Sodeoka, an early Web art and design pioneer, had the idea to create a fantasy scanning machine that would, through visual and audio readouts, track the ebb and flow of what he imagined was an undetected tide of spirituality occurring across the Web. The project he envisioned wouldn't involve user interaction but would use video, sound, and animation to signal and monitor the flow of data collected from live search engine queries.

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MultiMedia, IEEE  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 3 )