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Week5 design issues of spatial and locative elements ii

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  • 1. 空間互動設計 Spatial and Locative Interaction Design Week 5 - 空間與在地的設計關係(Design Issues of Spatial and Locative Elements)II Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 2. Urban Planning MANIERE DE PENSER L’URBANISME 光輝城市(台灣未出版) Published in 1968. ! Architecture and Technology Improvement - Material e.g., wood, stone, glass and steel - Machine e.g., transportation ! Natural living environment and extension of house ! image courtesy: http://totodo.jp/SHOP/A3-0145.html Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 3. Spiritual Spatial Vertical Natural
 Environment Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 4. For vehicles For pedestrians Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 5. World Urbanization Prospect (2011 version) http://esa.un.org/unup/index.html Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 6. Percentage of urban population and agglomerations by size class Source: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division: World Urbanization Prospects, the 2011 Revision. New York 2012 Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 7. Urban Population (from WUP) Source: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division: World Urbanization Prospects, the 2011 Revision. New York, 2012 Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 8. Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 9. New Technology for Urban Development Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 10. Technology and the City • Purpose: remote monitoring and supporting urban planing • Method: • Communication technology: remote video, messaging and notification • Sensing technology: • Satellite imaging i.e., Landcast, SPOT, IRS, and etc., • Mixed sensing e.g., thermo, weather and electronics Image Courtesy: Landcast Image Courtesy: DLR-DFD Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 11. Global Positioning System (GPS) Military to civil usage. International Terrestrial Reference Frame (ITRF) ! Applications: - Clock synchronization - GPS navigation - Disaster - Automated vehicle..etc., ! Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 12. GPS and The Map Browser position mapping by google API http://sample.atmarkit.jp/fnetwork/0906/19/sample01.html ! ! document.getElementById("latitude").innerHTML = cl.latitude; document.getElementById("longitude").innerHTML = cl.longitude; document.getElementById("country_code").innerHTML = cl.address.country_code; document.getElementById("country").innerHTML = cl.address.country; document.getElementById("region").innerHTML = cl.address.region; document.getElementById("city").innerHTML = cl.address.city; Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 13. Case Study: Smarter Parking Slot by Libelium Problem: to solve the availability for parking slot Image Courtesy: http://www.libelium.com/smart_parking/ Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 14. What Does Technology Plays the Role? • Information transparency. e.g., Taipei Bus Tracker v.s. pedestrian • Governance support e.g., water and food supply, trash, traffic • Security control e.g., e-eyes • Economic growth e.g., MRT and urban scale But, who owns the information and data? Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 15. NYC Open Data source: https://nycopendata.socrata.com/ Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 16. Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 17. source: http://senseable.mit.edu/ Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 18. Transportation Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 19. Transportation Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 20. City Car Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera
  • 21. Homework Observe the Urban Technology Requirements - report on course website (with pictures) - describe how it works? or just don’t know. ! *Bring Red and Black Markers, and other painting tool as you usually takes Syncron-i-City Nov 8th Week 5 Spatial and Locative Intera