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Toronto is a city of ravines and river valleys — and it needs a vast system of bridges to stretch over them. While these bridges are built to maintain the integrity of our famous grid, they inadvertently create amphitheatre like architectural spaces that beg to be explored, along with other overlooked parts of the city. 603 more words

Toronto

Augmented Reality Sketch: Bringing Psychogeography to Life

TASK: create an Augmented Reality sketch that incorporates one of the previous research activities described in this blog. 

While researching Psychogeography, I became rather curious about the effects of the geographical environment on our feelings and behaviour.   1,021 more words

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Atlanta to the Bone

Last month, during a weekend visit to Brooklyn, I found myself in a kitschy dance bar, listening to early 2000s Atlanta music that I hadn’t heard since middle school. 432 more words

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Deeper roots..

The zone has older and deeper roots than concrete and steel //

geomancy as an approach to urban design

Last Friday, I debuted Geomancy, Fortune Telling with Maps at the most recent iteration of the seasonal/monthly multi disciplinary art party Long Winter. 265 more words

Toronto

Psychogeography – Design for an Augmented Reality Application – Part 2 of 3

Following on from a blog post; Research For an Augmented Reality Application – Part 1, it is now time to make the prototype. First on the agenda was come up with the name of which I have chosen ‘For Runner’. 412 more words

DAT 203 - Reflexive Design