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The new Oslo
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That is the name coined by Microsoft for its proprietary technology of encoding data in a 2D "barcode" using clusters of colored triangles
Took this barcode in Lisbon, near home - the painted wall belongs to a school (mr. Gates, buy this photo please)
Zijgevel van restaurant La Basque aan de kleine (of korte) Nobelstraat in Den Haag
I think this field looks a lot like a barcode because of the way the snow has fallen into the furrows the plough has made.
Detail Barcode, Oslo, Norway.
Found some new stuff to shoot down there today.
The Barcode Project is a section of the Bjørvika portion of the Fjord City redevelopment on former dock and industrial land in central Oslo. It consists of a row of new multi-purpose high-rise buildings, due to be completed in 2014.
These buildings have been nicknamed the barcode, there is much disagreement about this, many believe that the blockading the sea view. And i ruined the time in photoshop again.
Pedestrian bridge over Oslo central station, seeing the outline of the Barcode project buildings on the other side.
One of the new buildings I was keen to visit on my latest trip to Paris, was the Fondation Louis Vuitton, by architect, Frank Gehry.
This is part of the Grotto, the lowest layer of the building. This section is an interesting combination of differently spaced mirrors and lighting panels.
You can see more pics in my Paris set.
From Gaia you have a stunning view of Porto, all those buildings crawling over each other on the hills, the beautiful Ribeira and the Douro's river crossing until the sea.
A very crowded city that reflects all the lights in the river, resembling a Barcode... yeah, Porto's Barcode in this case