We've heard of getting a second opinion, but what about 26th opinion on which direction to go? Anything this crazy has to be an art piece, and that's exactly what this is. This video installation by artist Garvin Nolte consists of 26 GPS devices on a windshield, resulting in a special kind of chaos.
Here's what Nolte has to say about it:
"The video installation 'Crossroads (what to do)' deals with the influence of others onto one's own path of life in an abstract way."
Hey, wait a second Garvin, I beat you to it four years ago with my very special "art piece" entitled "GPS Gang Bang," which managed to garner almost 3,000,000 views on YouTube. Too bad I didn't have an extra 22 GPSes to attach to my windshield — I only used four. Don't worry, Mr. Nolte, I won't sue you.
Here's a video of the installation in action, but we're warning you, you probably won't want to watch all nine minutes and 27 seconds of it.
And here's my "art piece" from 2006 that Garvin copied (well, he probably didn't see it, so we'll let him slide this time):