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emoto: Visualising the online emotional response to London 2012

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emoto : Visualising the online emotional response to London 2012. / Hemment, Drew.

London : London 2012 Festival and the Cultural Olympiad. 2012, Artwork and digital innovation.

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Harvard

Hemment, D 2012, emoto: Visualising the online emotional response to London 2012. London 2012 Festival and the Cultural Olympiad, London. <http://emoto2012.org>

APA

Hemment, D. (2012). emoto: Visualising the online emotional response to London 2012. London 2012 Festival and the Cultural Olympiad. http://emoto2012.org

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Hemment, Drew. / emoto : Visualising the online emotional response to London 2012. 2012. London : London 2012 Festival and the Cultural Olympiad.

Bibtex

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