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Pedestrian Flows in Tokyo

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Here’s my view of pedestrian flows or “Ped-ows” in Tokyo and the beauty of the movement of the city.
I’m diggin patterns of movement created by people in crowded areas…..its so strange how they mimic behavior seen in nature like in the movement of fluids, gases and even flocks of birds or schools of fish. To me the patterns seen in the crosswalks in Tokyo resemble the effect of wind over fields of grasslands or meadows.

I give you Ped-ows.

The Pedows of Tokyo from Lynn WasHere on Vimeo.

Tags: flow, movement, pedestrian, Tokyo, urban

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