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Published on Jan 29, 2015
http://www.architecture.io – In recent years more and more data about the city is digitally collected. This data from sources such as mobile phones, sensors, and location-based services can be visualised to reflect urban activity. Geovisualisation stimulates the visual analysis of spatial patterns, relationships, and trends, and enables interactive exploration and understanding of location-based information. Usable and approachable visualisations allow casual users and experts alike to make sense of this data, to see the city in different perspectives, and to understand their environment.
In this insightful talk Till explores the challenges in urban data visualisation, as well as showcases multiple projects that demonstrate current approaches to and new thinkings about urban mobility.