Posted on November 24, 2016 by JoelStoryboards for the interaction Thanks to the wonderful Tom Jennings, the project has some storyboards to help explain how to interact with project: Deep receives a photo message from her friend Zen showing her posing in front of an amazing sculpture that appears to hang in the sky above. Intrigued, Deep accessed the website that Zen pointed her to. After the website loads, Deep finds she can pan her smart phone around like a window onto the world and even use her finger to drag and change the sculpture in real time. Deep finds an angle she likes and shares it with her father via a text message. Deep’s father receives the message from Deep, an image and an instruction how to interact with the project via a feature phone. After checking on Google Maps, Deep’s father sends his longitude and latitude to the special number that Deep shared with him. Deep’s father receives a text message in response, showing the sculpture in the sky above his local area. He likes it so much he shows it to Deep’s grandmother. In a nearby square, the British Council projects the sculpture on a large wall. Locals can see the sculpture change in real time as users touch it on their smart phones.