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Based on a topographic scan of the Ramble Cave in Central Park, a series of void spaces with immeasurability and low accessibility are created to build up a reverse cave panopticon that exists within a virtual network world. The Ramble World in the dark web is designed to alert modern people to the existence of surveillance capitalism and provide a refuge space for hackers to work and experience virtual reality. The cave panopticon transforms the identity of people as observer and observed, using the cave as a central tower in the virtual world, providing an object to be observed, which is how the Anthropocene Museum is represented in New York City in my project.