It took Rhett Dashwood several months to find the complete alphabet in Google Maps. You can find links to every single letter on his website. Very impressive!
G33 CON is the title of the solo exhibition of Jodi, a collective of two internet artists. This online flyer caught my attention … “geek concept art”. Here are 2 projects which you can see at Project Gentili in Prato, Italy, till May 23rd.
GLOBALMOVE.US, I can watch this Google Maps art piece for hours.
“Dead pixel in Google Earth” by Helmut Smits, 82 x 82 cm burned square, the size of one pixel from an altitude of 1 km.
EDIT: You can’t find this so called pixel in Google Earth, it is conceptual piece of art.
“Google It” by Riley Harmin. Wall relief, handwritten with cat-5 cable (ethernet cable) and wall plates. Google is just one cable away.
My favorites so far are Browser Ball and BallDroppings.
This video is a compilation of all the experiments:
Swisstrains.ch is an impressive Google Maps application, you can follow every single train in Switzerland. It’s not GPS based, but on the punctual timetable, hé it’s Switzerland. You can click on a station to see which trains are leaving soon, but you can also click on a train, a small popup appears where you can click ‘Follow’. Now you’re a virtual bird’s eye view trainride through Switzerland.