Armed with Garmin GPS devices, fourteen test subjects are living their lives and beaming their moveent to the Centre for Advanced Spacial Analysis at UCL in London. The result is, well, not particularly surprising. Saturday is a peak activity day, for example, and most of the weekday movement happens between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Also, not much changes from week to week. “Unfortunately our [lives] do not quite cover as much ground in the city as we might like to think, the routines we follow are rather strong,” the experimenters write. “Nevertheless, to find that the perception is different, is already a good finding.” Another positive? The results are cool to look at. Check out the video above, with time-lapsed routes superimposed on Google Earth. [Urban Tick via BB Gadgets]