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CNET's Neha Tiwari talks with Jenny Marketou and Katie Salen about their interactive art piece "<news:link id="6104434">99 Red Balloons</news:link>: A game of flying perspectives." The work was inspired by the popular "99 LuftBalloons" tune by Nena, and by "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and balloons that were used historically to take bird's-eye photos as a spy tactic. Using large helium balloons with wireless cameras attached while playing a route-finding game has produced some "interesting images," according to the artists. For more information on the project, and where you can play, <a href="http://01sj.org/content/view/48/49/">click here</a>.