In 66movingimages Ziegler has installed his journey as an interactive road movie on Route 66. Thanks to the Linear Navigator, the road from Chicago to Los Angeles becomes the over-arching spatial interface. The motorized screen, mounted on an 12-meter long rack, can be controlled by the viewer. When the monitor is in motion or stopped, what you see are spatial and temporal images from a filmic map. When moving, the film reproduces the spatial image metamorphoses on channel 1. When it is static, you see the scenic/documentary takes from Channel 2. The viewer navigates right through to the single-image level of the film. Here, "moving images" are images which the viewer moves.
(Text from http://movingimages.de/)