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6 Fellowships £10,000 Each at The Centre for Spatial Analysis and Policy (CSAP) in Leeds or the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) in London

We are pleased to announce the availability of six fellowships are available to support individuals in non-academic institutions to undertake defined research projects at the Centre for Spatial Analysis and Policy (CSAP) in Leeds or the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) in London. The Fellowships will provide individuals with an opportunity…

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Visualising World Flight-Paths in 3D

Robin of geotheory.org and a student on our MRes in Advanced Spatial Analysis and Visualisation course here at CASA, University College London has created an interesting movie looking at data from openflights.org.Created in Processing the clip visualises 50,000 active flight-paths:  Take a look at http://geotheory.org/ for more examples…

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City in a Book: Augmenting the CityEngine

Over the past few days we have been working on a series of techniques to visualise and augment procedural cities. If you add in a model of a BenQ projector, the MRes in Advanced Spatial Analysis and Visualisation Handbook, a city within the CASA logo and a webcam you get the following augmented reality:…

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ABM, SketchUp, ArcGIS and Lumion

Over the past few weeks we have been exploring exploring new methods and techniques for visualising data. Developed as part our Masters course in Advanced Spatial Analysis and Visualisation we are now looking into issues of scale, realtime rendering, rapid visualisation and 3D exhibition spaces. Regular readers will know we have been exploring Unity…

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San Francisco Tweetography: Twitter Landscapes

Our geo-located twitter data mined from San Francisco has now been processed to create a new look at the city. – Processed by Fabian Neuhaus, a PhD student here at CASA, University College London, the new city twitter topography creates a unique new media landscape. The data is mined via…

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London’s Twitterscape: Metro Page 3

Well its been quite a 24 hours with the twitterography from CASA. Soho Mountain has become a new feature of the London landscape with the post on Londonist reaching the top 3 global retweets yesterday. A kind tweet by Stephen Fry helped a lot as did NotCot and todays Metro…

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