Posts Tagged 'Mapping'

MapTube

MapTube is a free resource for viewing, sharing, mixing and mashing maps online. Created by UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, users can select any number of maps to overlay and view. This tool allows you to choose different maps

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MapTube

MapTube is a free resource for viewing, sharing, mixing and mashing maps online. Created by UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, users can select any number of maps to overlay and view. This tool allows you to choose different maps

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Real Time Rome

Real Time Rome is the MIT SENSEable City Lab’s contribution to the 2006 Venice Biennale, directed by professor Richard Burdett. The project aggregated data from cell phones (obtained using Telecom Italia’s innovative Lochness platform), buses and taxis in Rome to

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Real Time Rome

Real Time Rome is the MIT SENSEable City Lab’s contribution to the 2006 Venice Biennale, directed by professor Richard Burdett. The project aggregated data from cell phones (obtained using Telecom Italia’s innovative Lochness platform), buses and taxis in Rome to

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Internet of Things projects overview

Good overview of Internet of Things projects, for instance the Constraint City Project by Gordan Savicic. Constraint City took part in the exhibition “Sensing Place. Mediatizing the Urban Landscape” which compiled the Crème de la Crème of artworks/designs dealing with the

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Internet of Things projects overview

Good overview of Internet of Things projects, for instance the Constraint City Project by Gordan Savicic. Constraint City took part in the exhibition “Sensing Place. Mediatizing the Urban Landscape” which compiled the Crème de la Crème of artworks/designs dealing with the

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Skin Colors

A test based on data from the US sensus, mapping people by skin color. The idea would be to make a atlas of the world, where each person would be represented as one pixel. Part of a bigger project of

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Skin Colors

A test based on data from the US sensus, mapping people by skin color. The idea would be to make a atlas of the world, where each person would be represented as one pixel. Part of a bigger project of

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TweetPing

Tweet ping by Franck Ernewein is a real time mapping of Twitter contributions at the global scale. Among the many examples of this, TweetPing is just simple, elegant, effective.

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TweetPing

Tweet ping by Franck Ernewein is a real time mapping of Twitter contributions at the global scale. Among the many examples of this, TweetPing is just simple, elegant, effective.

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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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