Posts Tagged 'Geolocation'

Where do people photograph what? Discovering patterns by geolocating images

Some initial tests to see if the geolocation of a picture has influence on its topic and distance of focus. In these examples you see very obvious differences in what people photograph on which location. The pictures here are taken

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Where do people photograph what? Discovering patterns by geolocating images

Some initial tests to see if the geolocation of a picture has influence on its topic and distance of focus. In these examples you see very obvious differences in what people photograph on which location. The pictures here are taken

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✳UrbanSensing featured in El Pais

El Pais, one of the most important newspapers in Spain, featured an article on the  ✳UrbanSensing project the 27th of May 2013. Titled “La ciudad inteligente es usted” (You are the Smart City) it describes the project  and shows examples.

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✳UrbanSensing featured in El Pais

El Pais, one of the most important newspapers in Spain, featured an article on the  ✳UrbanSensing project the 27th of May 2013. Titled “La ciudad inteligente es usted” (You are the Smart City) it describes the project  and shows examples.

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Twitter sentiment analysis tests

This post collects some visualisation tests being done at LUST on sentiment analysis. A list of emotions (inspired by Plutchik‘s theory of emotion) and corresponding words is used as a base for the analysis. Various sets of geolocalized tweets were

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Twitter sentiment analysis tests

This post collects some visualisation tests being done at LUST on sentiment analysis. A list of emotions (inspired by Plutchik‘s theory of emotion) and corresponding words is used as a base for the analysis. Various sets of geolocalized tweets were

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Hedonometer

“Where does the word ‘hedonometer’ come from?” The economist Francis Edgeworth coined the term hedonometer in the late 1800’s to describe “an ideally perfect instrument, a psychophysical machine, continually registering the height of pleasure experienced by an individual.” From Hedonometer.org Happiness, it’s

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Hedonometer

“Where does the word ‘hedonometer’ come from?” The economist Francis Edgeworth coined the term hedonometer in the late 1800’s to describe “an ideally perfect instrument, a psychophysical machine, continually registering the height of pleasure experienced by an individual.” From Hedonometer.org Happiness, it’s

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Tracks’nTraces in Milan

Map in Milan that actually shows how people are using it, and highlights the most pointed at places of interest visualizing users patterns.

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Tracks’nTraces in Milan

Map in Milan that actually shows how people are using it, and highlights the most pointed at places of interest visualizing users patterns.

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New Town Traces

LUST was asked to design the cover for the 2/2013 issue of Dutch magazine S+RO – Stedenbouw + Ruimtelijke Ordening. The theme of the issue is New Towns, or planned communities. The policy for the former growing centers has constantly been accompanied

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New Town Traces

LUST was asked to design the cover for the 2/2013 issue of Dutch magazine S+RO – Stedenbouw + Ruimtelijke Ordening. The theme of the issue is New Towns, or planned communities. The policy for the former growing centers has constantly been accompanied

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The Virtual City

This project by Jonas Groot Kormelink visualizes the virtual alter egos of the cities of Arnhem, Amsterdam and Schiphol within an interactive application. Data collected from Facebook (check-ins, likes and posts) shape this virtual buildings over a time span of one

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The Virtual City

This project by Jonas Groot Kormelink visualizes the virtual alter egos of the cities of Arnhem, Amsterdam and Schiphol within an interactive application. Data collected from Facebook (check-ins, likes and posts) shape this virtual buildings over a time span of one

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Could Twitter help urban planners improve transport networks?

As far as data analysis is concerned, Twitter is primarily used for retrospective tracking of sentiment and other social data, but could geolocated Tweets be used to plan for the future? Data-mapping work by Eric Fischer suggests that it could. If the

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Could Twitter help urban planners improve transport networks?

As far as data analysis is concerned, Twitter is primarily used for retrospective tracking of sentiment and other social data, but could geolocated Tweets be used to plan for the future? Data-mapping work by Eric Fischer suggests that it could. If the

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The City as Interface

Martijn de Waal published a new book at Nai/010 Publishers; The City as Interface. Digital and mobile media are changing the way urban life takes shape and how we experience our built environment. This seems a mainly practical matter: thanks to

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The City as Interface

Martijn de Waal published a new book at Nai/010 Publishers; The City as Interface. Digital and mobile media are changing the way urban life takes shape and how we experience our built environment. This seems a mainly practical matter: thanks to

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Barcelona atNight

atNight is an exploration on how Barcelona’s identity and perception change between night and day, through analysis of user generated content from various social networks. Some fascinating visual aspects were chosen to represent the information on the maps: data lights up the

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Barcelona atNight

atNight is an exploration on how Barcelona’s identity and perception change between night and day, through analysis of user generated content from various social networks. Some fascinating visual aspects were chosen to represent the information on the maps: data lights up the

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