"Marie Sester's public art installation, ACCESS (2001–3), uses a computer vision system controlling a robotic spotlight and acoustic beam that automatically track and follow individuals without their consent or ability to

It presents control tools generated by the surveillance technology combined with the advertising and Hollywood industries, and the internet.[2]

[1] Edward A. Shanken, Art and Eelectronic Media, p.37

[2] http://www.accessproject.net/