Posts Tagged 'Academic'

*UrbanSensing on The Atlantic Cities and Tafter Journal

The *UrbanSensing project got featured on The Atlantic Cities and Tafter Journal. A small excerpt from the article in  The Atlantic Cities: Maps don’t typically convey time very well. They’re static snapshots of a moment in history. They tell you what exists, not

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*UrbanSensing on The Atlantic Cities and Tafter Journal

The *UrbanSensing project got featured on The Atlantic Cities and Tafter Journal. A small excerpt from the article in  The Atlantic Cities: Maps don’t typically convey time very well. They’re static snapshots of a moment in history. They tell you what exists, not

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Dots Concentration VS Areas for Demographic Visualizations

In this post and video William Rankin of Yale University talks about his map of Chicago, highlighting some pretty straightforward but thoughtful considerations on about demographic visualisations on maps. “Any city-dweller knows that most neighborhoods don’t have stark boundaries. Yet on

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Dots Concentration VS Areas for Demographic Visualizations

In this post and video William Rankin of Yale University talks about his map of Chicago, highlighting some pretty straightforward but thoughtful considerations on about demographic visualisations on maps. “Any city-dweller knows that most neighborhoods don’t have stark boundaries. Yet on

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Conference at TU Delft: Role of New Media in Urban and Neighbourhood Governance

May 16-17, Delft University of technology will host a conference titled Using ICT, Social Media and Mobile Technologies to Foster Self-Organisation in Urban and Neighbourhood Governance.   Conference Theme and Issues The use of social media and mobile communication technologies has grown

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Conference at TU Delft: Role of New Media in Urban and Neighbourhood Governance

May 16-17, Delft University of technology will host a conference titled Using ICT, Social Media and Mobile Technologies to Foster Self-Organisation in Urban and Neighbourhood Governance.   Conference Theme and Issues The use of social media and mobile communication technologies has grown

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