The INmobility project is a collaborative artistic project developed by Luisa Paraguai and Paulo Costa. Its visual interface consists of two parts interconnected by computing language. The top features image compositions, such as presented in the figure bellow, with users’ photographs from the city of São Paulo, while the bottom presents graphs or mathematical triangulations resulting from real-time analysis (tracking) of the image’s flow of vehicles from urban online webcams. The two dynamic modes of visualization are simultaneous and make visible instantaneous states of flow, understood as physical mobility (people displaced in space and time) and informational density (data accessed and uploaded remotely on the Web). The MobMesh algorithm processes those embedded iterations, creating graphs as references to those repetitions as a part of its functions. The unstable condition of the traffic, recurrent in commute, defines modes of repetition and its generative laws to produce visualities.