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How to Quickly Create a Video on Magisto. MA Module at the University of Brighton MJM20. Urry and Elliot (2010) discuss a future scenario of the digital city which has used technology to respond to and combat the environmental issues brought about by human-induced global warming.

MA Module at the University of Brighton MJM20

A techno-optimist view widely held by publics, scholars, corporations and governments alike. Authorised by a dominant discourse advocating reliance upon conceptions of evidence and proof, science and technology, rationality and objectivity, we have convinced ourselves a detachment from, and an intelligence, power and technological control over the environment, our surroundings and ourselves (Adams 1998).

AttractiveCity – an interactive City generator. .PROJECTS Archives : > CLARA BOJ + DIEGO DÍAZ. Clara Boj (Research Fellow) CARNET DE NOTES. Headmap Manifesto and Redux. Open Smart Cities I: Open Source Internet of Things - Open Smart Cities I: Open Source Internet of Th... "Open Smart Cities I" is the first post of a series of three that address, from the point of view of open source software, several technological areas related to Smart Cities, as the Internet of Things, Cloud, Big Data, or Smart Cities platform of services and applications.

Open Smart Cities I: Open Source Internet of Things - Open Smart Cities I: Open Source Internet of Th...

In this post, we make a brief review of the concept of Smart City, and introduce the topic of Internet of Things, wherein we explore the potential of open source technologies (software, hardware and standar). Read this post in Spanish Introduction: What Makes Cities Smart? The EPIC Project (EU Platform for Intelligent Cities) in relation to the Smart City definition notes that the current economic crisis, combined with growing citizen expectations, is increasing the pressure on cities to provide better infrastructure and more efficient services, often for less cost. Cooperation and information exchange are both key ideas in the Smart City paradigm. 2. 2.1.

Urban tapestries. Spatial.ly. Because "social physicist" is not an oxymoron. Urban Diary Working Paper - Update. Papers – fields. UrbanIxD. Art, heritage & technologies. Urban Demographics. Xiaoji Chen's Design Weblog » Sky Color of 10 Chinese Cities. Sci² Tool : A Tool for Science of Science Research and Practice. What ‘urban physics’ could tell us about how cities work.

Social Media and the Transformation of Public Space - ASCA - University of Amsterdam. ¿Cómo nos mapeamos? Ruador: 1. adj (ruar+dor) Diz-se do indivíduo que gosta de andar pelas ruas 2. sm Pessoa que arrua ou cuida do alinhamento das construções. Learning for everyone, by everyone, about almost anything. Citadel on the Move > Home. Urban Augmented Reality.

Urbanscreens.org. Mapping Festival 2011. Mr Scruff All night long – Set AV – Saturday 14th January @ Zoo/Geneva MR SCRUFF all night long with his own Vj for a Audiovisual Set for a co-production between Zoo / Usine and Mapping Festival Saturday, 14th January 2012.

Mapping Festival 2011

All style music for everyone: Soul, Funk, Latino’s music, Jazz, R’n'R, but if you prefer Hip Hop, Reggae or House Music you can have it too. Opening 11pm Price 15.- chf all night longMore infos: www.lezoo.ch Youtribe: Mapping Festival Profile FILMED AT MAPPING FESTIVAL – GENEVA – MAY 2011www.mappingfestival.com YOUTRIBE by THE MONTESINOS FOUNDATION & PETTER VIASSELFEBB themontesinosfoundation.comelvisss.com The installation YOUTRIBE uses “Youtube” as a sociological tool.

Real time copenhagen. Defining ubiquitous computing vs. augmented reality. (and vs.

Defining ubiquitous computing vs. augmented reality

All Other Such Paradigms) What’s the difference between Ubiquitous Computing (“ubicomp”) and Augmented Reality (“AR”)? Psychogeographical Survival In The Sentient City. The latest addition to Mark Shepherd’s Sentient City Survival Kit packages up the best lessons of the Situationists into a handy psychogeographical iPhone App.

Psychogeographical Survival In The Sentient City

The Serendipator has been nominated for the Transmediale 11 award and mixes whimsical instructions with deliberately confusing directions to encourage heightened consciousness of our urban surroundings. Some of the speculative facets of the Sentient City Survival Kit are more interesting still: imagining a slightly dystopian future where ubiquitous technology will fill our daily lives, the project re-purposes items of everyday utility as means of survival within the intelligent city of the near future.

Shepherd explores the potential of coffee cups to form cellular mesh networks on public transport and designs umbrellas which aim to disrupt computer vision enabled surveillance cameras. He has also designed a prototype RFID tagged pair of underwear to defend against illicit data sniffing. An Intelligent City Takes Shape In Portugal. Sustainable development initiatives take a bold turn in Portugal as a tech start-up unveils a model of a smart city with interconnected water, energy, waste management and climate control systems that can sustain about 150,000 people.

An Intelligent City Takes Shape In Portugal

Aptly dubbed the “City with a Brain,” the smart city project is located on the outskirts of Paredes in northern Portugal and is spearheaded by LivingPlanIT, an international business that specializes on innovative and sustainable city-scale technologies. The proposed project entails installing sensors that will monitor energy usage, temperature, and occupancy in each of the buildings in the city. Similar to the inner workings of the human brain, the information gathered by the sensors will be transmitted to a central system that may adjust the heat or power levels of buildings in real-time. “City with a Brain” is slated to be completed by 2015.

LivingPlanIT. Workshop: Pervasive Urban Applications, 12 June 2011, San Francisco. This workshop is organized by MIT’s Senseable City Lab, Newcastle Culture Lab, and IBM.

Workshop: Pervasive Urban Applications, 12 June 2011, San Francisco

Deadline for paper has already passed…: The First Workshop on Pervasive Urban Applications (PURBA) will take place in conjunction with the Ninth International Conference on Pervasive Computing in San Francisco, CA, USA on June 12-15, 2011. Over the past decade, the development of digital networks and operations has produced an unprecedented wealth of information. Claves de posicionamiento. Augmented Reality - Urbanism. Rediscovering urban complexity. The internet of things, open data and the city. Artefacto: Augmented Reality and urban planning - Inria.

Geolocation and augmented reality:Info wins the virtual cities. LOOP - BIG's LOOP CITY. Qingdao Campus: An Augmented Reality Architecture Presentation ... Inteligencia ciudadana en la metrópolis de los datos. Sobre la Smart city expo. Mientras por estos días en Barcelona se desarrolla la Smart City Expo, cabe hacernos algunas preguntas respecto a cómo se prefiguran esas ciudades inteligentes y de qué modo, en su seno, serán afectadas las instituciones culturales y el ejercicio ciudadano. Nuevas oportunidades y desafíos. De repente una de las obras clásicas de las artes mediales se convierte en una metáfora oportuna. En La ciudad legible(Legible city, 1989), de Jeffrey Shaw, el visitante puede montar una bicicleta estática y navegar las calles de una ciudad de palabras, una simulación 3D que se construye de sentidos.

Una ciudad de datos. Veintitrés años después, la esencia de la tan mentada “Smart city” tiene bastante que ver con el escenario de Shaw. Para empezar, en las metrópolis contemporáneas asistimos a un cambio que por obvio no deja de ser fundamental. Continuar leyendo en el blod del CCCB Lab. Carlo Ratti: The Digitalization of Cities: Sketching a Future Urban Scenario.

The recent history of urbanization has evolved quite contrary to common expectations.

Carlo Ratti: The Digitalization of Cities: Sketching a Future Urban Scenario

In the 1990s, scholars speculated about the impact of the ongoing digital revolution on the viability of cities. The mainstream view was that, as digital media and the Internet had killed distance, they would also kill cities. Reverb™ — Collaborate with everyone. Fell in Love with Data — Data Visualization Evangelism. Making sense of too much data. Photo effects, vintage, retro, online and free - Pixlr-o-matic.

Cómo buscar y usar información científica: Guía para estudiantes universitarios 2013. Mobile Media and Urban Design. Exploring the shift from desktop to mobile computing. En-topia. A Science of Cities.