SABO: The world's smallest street view

Together with Snask we helped create a 6x6 meters big miniature city made entirely out of paper which anyone could visit online through a custom made street view.

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Walk around in a city made of paper

SABO (The Swedish Association of Public Housing Companies) wanted to be a part of the conversation about the Swedish housing crisis. Together we created a hand made and populated i houses from different time periods with desperate tweets from people calling out for a place to stay. To make it accessible for people around the country we created an interactive experience by capturing the city and making it in to a street view. To be able to capture spherical images, we built a street view robot that could rotate 360 degrees up and down by a push of a button and placed a high end camera that captured ultra high resolution images. The WebGL-experience was built with ThreeJS.

Taking inspiration from the classic street view experience from Google Maps - from pegman, the mini map to the cursor on the road - we tweaked it and made it a bit more joyful to fit the mood of the city.

Navigate throught the streets of the micro city
For fast travel, use the mini map and see the city highlights
New tweets appeared on houses as the campaign continued

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