What does the orientation system of the future look like? What does it mean when orientation increasingly takes place digitally? And what benefits, what possibilities, does this provide? These are the questions Moniteurs asked itself early on, within the framework of a self-initiated research project in 2007. “Points of Interest” playfully tests the link between real and virtual spaces. Moniteurs’ office kitchen is projected onto the screen as a virtual room. Users choose a direction from a series of cards, and are then tracked by a camera. They then receive user-specific information on the screen, relative to their location. If there are multiple people in the space, then graphics and content are overlapped.