Runners and Cyclists Use GPS Mapping to Make Art – The New York Times

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Fitness apps and the power of live satellite tracking have allowed runners, cyclists and others to draw hearts, animals, birthday wishes — and even homages to Vermeer — across their local landscapes.

Source: Runners and Cyclists Use GPS Mapping to Make Art – The New York Times

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