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The One Show – Pigeon Sim

Pigeon Sim is a Kinect powered, Google Earth linked, system to fly around live data – pulling in feeds from citydashboard.org it was developed originally as part of an EPSRC funded exhibition project (ANALOGIES) in April 2012 by CASA Researcher George MacKerron (now Lecturer at the University of Sussex). It is…

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3D Printed Mechanical Clock

The rise in 3D printers and the move towards semi-consumer level models, such as MakerBot Replicator 2, opens up a wealth of opportunity to build everyday items. With a Replicator 2 in the corner of the office here at CASA, University College London, we thought we would try to print…

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Pedagogy meets Big Data and BIM – Big Data, Sensing and Augmented Reality: Paper and Key Note Presentation

In June 2013 The Bartlett held  a conference entitled ‘Pedagogy meets Big Data and BIM’. The conference brought together over 100 participants from across the United Kingdom, European Union and the United States from diverse backgrounds such as academic institutions, government and industry – including ARUP, Autodesk, Balfour Beatty, BAM, and…

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Two New Lecturer Posts in CASA – Closing Date 12th July

We are pleased to announce two new lecturer posts here at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis: Lecturer in Urban Analytics- Ref:1345485  and Lecturer in Spatial Modelling and Complexity – Ref:1345477  Closing Date 12 Jul 2013 Latest time for the submission of applications 2pm About CASA The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA)…

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UCL Quad – Procedural City and Lumion

The Quadrangle at University College London was designed by William Wilkins and constructed between 1827 and 1828. It is a natural building of urban research as its surroundings provide a mix of architectural styles. The 3D model of the quad was built using SketchUp with photos grabbed via a mobile phone – quick and…

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