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  • Evoke is an art project that paints the face of the gothic cathedral York Minster with light in response to the voices of the audience who watch it.

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  • "Evoke is a massive animated projection that lights up the facade of York Minster cathedral in response to the public, who use their own voices to" evoke "colourful light patterns that emerge at the building's foundations and soar up towards the sky, giving the surface a magical feeling as it melts with colour."

    Evoke

  • "Evoke is a massive animated projection that lights up the facade of York Minster cathedral in response to the public, who use their own voices to" evoke "colourful light patterns that emerge at the building's foundations and soar up towards the sky, giving the surface a magical feeling as it melts with colour."

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  • Two weeks ago, for example, the World Bank launched a multiplayer challenge called Evoke, in which gamers compete to solve world crises such as disease, conflict and climate change.

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  • The Evoke will be a sweet addition to Cricket's lineup and will feature:

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  • The Evoke will be a sweet addition to Cricket's lineup and will feature:

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  • But Motorola's big news was a model called the Evoke, which has a.

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  • But Motorola's big news was a model called the Evoke, which has a touch screen.

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  • But Motorola's big news was a model called the Evoke, which has a touch screen.

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  • But Motorola's big news was a model called the Evoke, which has a touch screen.

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