Posts Tagged 'Technology'

Inside the lines

The Schilderswijk district in The Hague brings together many people from various backgrounds and ethnicities, with each of them using public space in his or her own way. Unfortunately, these different appropriations remain implicit most of the time. Yet, with

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Inside the lines

The Schilderswijk district in The Hague brings together many people from various backgrounds and ethnicities, with each of them using public space in his or her own way. Unfortunately, these different appropriations remain implicit most of the time. Yet, with

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Powerful Data: The city makes its voice heard

A new article on the *UrbanSensing Project was published on the Audi Urban Future Initiative  site. The initiative aims to establish a dialogue about urban mobility and sustainable and enjoyable ways to move from one place to another. It is a multifaceted effort rooted

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Powerful Data: The city makes its voice heard

A new article on the *UrbanSensing Project was published on the Audi Urban Future Initiative  site. The initiative aims to establish a dialogue about urban mobility and sustainable and enjoyable ways to move from one place to another. It is a multifaceted effort rooted

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Reversed Street View of the City

How would Milan look like when you add all Street View information to a map? Here are a few tests that give a clue. Currently these are being developed into useful visualizations for *UrbanSensing.      

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Reversed Street View of the City

How would Milan look like when you add all Street View information to a map? Here are a few tests that give a clue. Currently these are being developed into useful visualizations for *UrbanSensing.      

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Brave New Creativity

*UrbanSensing on the cover and inside story of Adformatie! The article titled “Brave New Creativity” talks about how the creative industry should deal with innovation and technology. *UrbanSensing is one of the cases they talk about.      

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Brave New Creativity

*UrbanSensing on the cover and inside story of Adformatie! The article titled “Brave New Creativity” talks about how the creative industry should deal with innovation and technology. *UrbanSensing is one of the cases they talk about.      

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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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Internet Map

In a collaboration between PEER 1 Hosting, Steamclock Software, and Jeff Johnston, the Map of the Internet app provides a picture of what the physical Internet looks like. Users can view Internet service providers (ISPs), Internet exchange points, universities and other organizations through

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Internet Map

In a collaboration between PEER 1 Hosting, Steamclock Software, and Jeff Johnston, the Map of the Internet app provides a picture of what the physical Internet looks like. Users can view Internet service providers (ISPs), Internet exchange points, universities and other organizations through

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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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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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The Software Approach to Fixing Cities

Are fast, cheap, and disruptive ideas for urban planning and civic improvement better than traditional ones? Find the original article here: The Software Approach to Fixing Cities · by Luc Meier, Reposted from Nextrends “In recent years, there has been a nascent movement

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The Software Approach to Fixing Cities

Are fast, cheap, and disruptive ideas for urban planning and civic improvement better than traditional ones? Find the original article here: The Software Approach to Fixing Cities · by Luc Meier, Reposted from Nextrends “In recent years, there has been a nascent movement

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The Link Between Kids Who Walk or Bike to School and Concentration

According to this article in The Atlantic Cities, there is a link between Kids Who Walk or Bike to School and Concentration. In the context of the ✳UrbanSensing project it is interesting to see if we can distinguish similar patterns from the

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The Link Between Kids Who Walk or Bike to School and Concentration

According to this article in The Atlantic Cities, there is a link between Kids Who Walk or Bike to School and Concentration. In the context of the ✳UrbanSensing project it is interesting to see if we can distinguish similar patterns from the

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