In this video Darius Groza takes advantage of tourists taking forced-perspective photos of themselves propping up the Leaning Tower of Pisa by running up and giving them high fives when they're not looking: Brilliant.
It's usually pretty easy to avoid touristy swamps in New York—just dodge Times Square. But what if you want to be more precise than that? Eric Fischer's brilliant "Locals and Tourists" maps show a city's divided hangouts.
Those creepy, potentially-diseased heavy metal binoculars that you find at tourist spots might be going the way of the Do Do. The Virtual Sightseeing system uses a similar concept but can overlay graphics and text on any scene. Who wouldn't want to see the colonists giving the Indians smallpox in Colonial…