Thursday, March 13, 2014

Hosting π in the cloud

I received an email which I would like to share with my readers. This public art project in the cloud (the real cloud) is really interesting. How did it look from ground level? AirSign has hoisted PI to the skies.

The above image of PI is from Bing

Hi Jayaram,
Five synchronized AirSign aircraft just began circling over SXSW in Austin, spelling out hundreds of characters in the infinite pi sequence across 100 miles of sky in honor Pi Day tomorrow, 3/14. This public art project is a celebration of the universal language of pi and the limitless potential it represents.
Patrick Walsh, the CEO of AirSign is available to talk about how these aircraft were able to create this spectacle with such precision, what went into its planning and execution, and why this event is taking place.
This story is already trending on social media with #PiInTheSky. Feel free to join in on the fun.
Please contact me if you’re interested in setting something up!


Ginny Grimsley
National Print Campaign Manager

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