Gazing out the train is one of those typical commuter activities, especially when their mobiles are low on batteries. Watching the landscape roll by has a hypnotic effect. This concept could maintain that trance or even take it to a higher level. Using different materials an animation can come to life. Graffiti on walls, luminous paint in tunnels, trimming hedges or ivy-grown walls or sequences of statues could be used to continue an animation in an open area.
'The horse in motion' by Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904) is one of the first animations ever made. Eadweard Muybridge brought this animation to life on his zoopraxiscope. Revisiting 'the horse in motion' seems a fitting subject for this concept.