What did help clarify was a description to about the project, in which i was able to relate it to the website we viewed in class about Toronto and the different locations. Basically I now get how locative media is just going to different locations and using the GPS or whatever to gain information about the particular location. Still, it seems more like an independent, although interesting and resourceful, tourist attraction.
In other news, I was thinking about how crowds at sporting events are a form of participatory action. We all agree on the emotion we want to convey to the team when we cheer, whether it be "get a hit!" or "stop them from scoring!" or sometimes even "you guys suck!". It's interesting though, because we have the ability to change the energy of the space by simply screaming at the same time, and can energize a team to act a certain way...aka "Home-field advantage".