Apr 04 2012

uDrift(ing) layers in Google Earth

Two urban drifts (flans) composited into Google Earth


4.18 mile urban drift 4 April (Caixa Forum, Squat, Princesa)


Urban drift 3 April

The composite of two urban drifts (flânerie or dérieves) begins to indicated the potential of overlaying urban walking data as place research for class design, spatial relationships, proximity, and location identity. Google Earth allows each layer to be turned on and off for specific tracking — GPS photo data is not yet converting; but I’m still working on that — The 4 April uDrift began at an exhibition of Goya at La Caixa Forum and from there I Tweeted images and with GPS locations (see #udrift.)

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