Comparing locations, experiences and insights appears to yield new insights. For example, crossing a border can be a bump in the road in one region and an activity of a few hours in another. For visitors visiting a city across the border, the border seems to be invisible, however, the inhabitants of that city sense the border as it is pushed back into their country. Internet service providers are only capable to work with the border with a precision not more accurate than a few kilometers, and economic reasons are a major incentive to move across the border in any border region.
These comparisons must become tangible. A navigation system through the BCA-I’s is in the making.