Chris Harris wants to get rid of all the cars, so he started designing an augmented reality app where they don’t exist. Harris tweeted a short clip on Monday which shows him walking past a row of cars and trucks on the road that seem to be blinking in and out of existence. There’s a truck — now it’s gone. Same goes for a motorcyclist. He points his phone at a passing window, and the reflections of the vehicles lined up behind him begin to flicker and morph as well.
It’s hallucinatory, glitchy, and raw, but you can see what he’s going for: a world without cars.
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