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Foundation shows computer vision of millennial London

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The Architecture Foundation is set to launch a second layer of its London Interactive computer model.

Open to the public from 13 May and to be launched by Arts Council Chairman Gerry Robinson, 'London 2000: a Preview of London at the Millennium' allows visitors to manoeuvre around 50 projects in the capital, using digital video and computer animations. Schemes include the BA Millennium Wheel, Foster's World Squares for All, Libeskind's Victoria and Albert Spiral Project from a pedestrian's perspective and various millennium proposals.

The exhibition is at the Architecture Foundation, 30 Bury Street, London.

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