Category Archives: Academic Domain Projects

HyperCities

HyperCities is a collaborative research and educational platform for traveling back in time to explore the historical layers of city spaces in an interactive, hypermedia environment. An incredibly powerful tool; however, hi-resoloution maps for download are still unavailable and the

HyperCities

HyperCities is a collaborative research and educational platform for traveling back in time to explore the historical layers of city spaces in an interactive, hypermedia environment. An incredibly powerful tool; however, hi-resoloution maps for download are still unavailable and the

Spatial Informatin Design Lab_SIDL

The Spatial Information Design Lab (SIDL) was founded in 2004 by Lab Directors Laura Kurgan and Sarah Williams. SIDL operates as an interdisciplinary research unit in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University,” focusing on the

Spatial Informatin Design Lab_SIDL

The Spatial Information Design Lab (SIDL) was founded in 2004 by Lab Directors Laura Kurgan and Sarah Williams. SIDL operates as an interdisciplinary research unit in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University,” focusing on the

UWRSGAL

The University of Washington’s Remote Sensing and Geospatial Analysis Laboratory (RSGAL) was founded by Dr. Monica Moskal in 2006. Dr. Moskal’s lab and her considerable technical  knowledge regarding GIS and LiDAR (both aerial and ground) make her an ideal collaborator.

UWRSGAL

The University of Washington’s Remote Sensing and Geospatial Analysis Laboratory (RSGAL) was founded by Dr. Monica Moskal in 2006. Dr. Moskal’s lab and her considerable technical  knowledge regarding GIS and LiDAR (both aerial and ground) make her an ideal collaborator.

Spatial History Project/ Lab, Stanford University

The Shaping the West project at the Spatial History Lab created the Western Railroads Geodatabase in order to organize, access, and analyze primary source data. The findings created from the geodatabase can be exported into other mediums to create static

Spatial History Project/ Lab, Stanford University

The Shaping the West project at the Spatial History Lab created the Western Railroads Geodatabase in order to organize, access, and analyze primary source data. The findings created from the geodatabase can be exported into other mediums to create static

Emotional Cartography

Christian Nold is a German born “artist, designer and educator working to develop new participatory models for communal representation.” He graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2004 with an MA in Interaction Design and currently teaches at the

Emotional Cartography

Christian Nold is a German born “artist, designer and educator working to develop new participatory models for communal representation.” He graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2004 with an MA in Interaction Design and currently teaches at the

LVML

Founded jointly in 2010 by ETH-Zurich Chairs Christophe Girot (Landscape Architecure) and Adrienne Grêt-Regamey (Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems), the Landscape Visualization Modeling Lab [LVML] is an interdisciplinary, interdepartmental endeavor to “investigate new boundaries of perception and illustration of

LVML

Founded jointly in 2010 by ETH-Zurich Chairs Christophe Girot (Landscape Architecure) and Adrienne Grêt-Regamey (Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems), the Landscape Visualization Modeling Lab [LVML] is an interdisciplinary, interdepartmental endeavor to “investigate new boundaries of perception and illustration of

LandscapeVideo

Christophe Girot is the Chair of ETH-Zurich’s Landscape Architecture Department. In his LandscapeVideo course teachings, Girot directs students to use film as a primary tool in their research and thinking, creating documents set in and about Zurich’s suburban landscape. Girot

LandscapeVideo

Christophe Girot is the Chair of ETH-Zurich’s Landscape Architecture Department. In his LandscapeVideo course teachings, Girot directs students to use film as a primary tool in their research and thinking, creating documents set in and about Zurich’s suburban landscape. Girot