How we perceive our surrounding is shaped by the many information we consume and share everyday. This exchange of information happens mostly on the Internet – endlessly and quick. But often there is only little time to orientate ourselves or to look around in peace. Take a tour through our city shaped by news.
Scroll to follow the path.
Move mouse to look right and left.
Something seems off, right? It is hard to know which way to look.
Start paying heed to what you should believe and what not to! 90% of the news here are fake.
Got lost in an information overflow and don't know where to look at? Changing your point of view can help to see the whole picture.
As long as misinformation obscure the facts and are ever-growing, we can't get a clear picture. It is time to take action. Scroll to go further.
As you can see there are only a few you can truly believe. A new perspective helps you to identify them and see the big picture.
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we are Thao and Dani, communication design students at HTW Berlin.
During the pandemic and the US election we were really impressed by how our surrounding can be shaped by the information we consume every day. In one moment the sewers in Venice are clear and in the next they’re not. Whether it's true or false is hard to identify. But our imagination of the world has already been shaped. And the more misinformation we obtain the more distorted our picture of the world gets. But it doesn't have to if we are all a bit more aware, not only of what we read and consume but also of what we tweet and share.
This website collects fake news from all over the Internet and visualizes them to show how our world could look like when hoax news would be true. We want to show how a new point of view can help. Instead of feeling overwhelmed in the crowd of information take a step back. See everything as a whole to detect the hoaxes before spreading them.
Thank you for your visit. Hope you enjoyed it!