City street lights project residents’ stories in Brazil

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While the FITSAT-1 has provided a way for anyone to write morse code messages across the night sky, our latest spotting enables city residents to get their stories across in a more direct way. A new scheme called Mensagens Que Brilham – or Messages That Shine – has altered city street lights to project messages sent in by the public. Created by Brazilian ad agency Dim & Canzian for energy firm AES Eletropaulo, the project sees street lights around São Paulo fitted with special lenses printed with text. Residents can send in any stories and messages involving streetlit moments they…

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