Cartography

Wonderland Transit Map and other fictional places

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Thinkgeek has a “Wonderland Transit Map” t-shirt, although they do add the caveat that static maps would probably be useless in the amorphous Wonderland.  It got me searching for t-shirts for fictional places that would be equally as useless for navigation. I found a t-shirt for Neil Gaiman‘s “Neverwhere” which is a story set in […]

Tweet4Trees

Tweet4Trees part deux…Like4Trees

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Three years ago we decided to try to entice folks to follow us on twitter, and we used people’s love for trees to dupe convince them to follow us as we gave $$ to charity. Fast forward to the summer of 2012 when I decided to set up a new VerySpatial Facebook page (in addition […]

Events

Insights Conference 2012

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This year’s Insights Conference has come and gone this week. There seems to be little in the way of large announcements coming out of the event but I will point you to a few places you can catch on what happened down in the Big Easy. The twitter hashtag was @InsightsCon A list of the […]

Cool Stuff

Watch Dogs – Hacking the virtual city

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Every year, the gaming industry teases us with the latest and greatest in new games and technology at shows around the world. One of the biggest shows, E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) recently gave us a couple of previews that really wowed. The first, Watch Dogs, is by major game studio Ubisoft, and explores the implications […]

Education

Several Scales of the Universe

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You have probably seen this everywhere by now. Cary Huang and his brother Michael Huang have an updated Scales of the Universe 2 which puts the scales of a surprising many entities from countries to geographies to planets, people, and protoplasm into perspective. I also enjoyed the many variations of their scales, such as the original Scales […]

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A VerySpatial Podcast – Episode 360

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A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 360 June 10, 2012 Main Topic: Our conversation with Pete McIntosh of Exelis Visual Information Solutions on ENVI 5 Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes

Education

Spatial role-playing and virtual immersion

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It is interesting to find that there are many types of spatial immersion projects going on this summer. They provide a good contrast of how creative people can be with spatial immersion as an educational tool and the importance of experiencing an environment to understanding it in a new way. The original Virtual Trillium Trail […]