Bus-Tops sees a series of 30 red LED screens situated on the roofs of bus stops in 20 London boroughs displaying art work made by both the public and established artists.  The screens are powered by Beagle Boards running custom software and 3G connections to receive art content and upload sensor based information. The installations are fed art content via the project's website where anyone can upload artwork to be considered for inclusion on a screen.
The project is scheduled to end at the end of the Olympic period, September 30, 2012.
- Minard, Jenny (11 January 2012). "London 2012: Olympic-inspired art to light up bus stops". BBC News.
- bus-tops.com. BBC News, Click. February 2012. (video, index: 03:35)
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