Map-based rails app for an interactive art project by Peter Foucault and Chris Treggiari.
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##Scenic 49

In On The Road: The Scenic 49, MAP artists Peter Foucault and Chris Treggiari walked the length of the historic 49 Mile Scenic Drive in San Francisco from March 13 – 15, 2014.

Each day they set up three different temporary interactive art installations along the route.

On March 15th at 7pm, after the walk was complete, they hiked into Alter Space Gallery for the opening of Wabi/Sabi, a show curated by the MicroCilmate Collective and set up a final interactive art project with the equipment used in the expedition for a one-month gallery installation.

####Tentative schedule:

  • Thurday, 3/13/14: Stations 1, 2 and 3
  • Friday, 3/14/14: Stations 4, 5 and 6
  • Saturday, 3/15/14: Stations 7, 8 and 9

####You can still participate!

Choose the neighborhood on the map in which you live, have strong feelings about or close ties to. We want to know your thoughts on what you love about it, what could improve or how it's changing. We want to hear your voice!

==== ####Reproduction is encouraged!

If you would like to start a conversation about how your city is changing in its modern incarnation, please feel free to clone this repository and use it for your own city.

This project can be cloned and reproduced for any city in the world.

######Clone this repository to your local repo and follow these steps:

  • Go to Mapbox.com and generate a map for your city.
  • Plug the unique identifier into the assets/javascripts/maps.js file. (It should look something like this: your_name.h4on0f5b)
  • Map out your route and get your location coords at geojson.io. Plug the lat/long coordinates into the JSON array in assets/javascripts/route.js.
  • Seed the latitude and longitude data of your locations into the database by way of db/seeds.rb.
  • Do a rake db:migrate.
  • Do a rake db:seed.
  • Change to your personal AWS credentials in application.yml
  • bundle install
  • Test
  • Deploy to your favorite host!

If deploying to Heroku you'll need to add the following:

  • heroku apps:create yourappname
  • Push to github
  • git remote -v
  • git push heroku master
  • heroku run rake db:migrate
  • heroku run rake db:seed

###Feel free to reach out to me for details.