The spatial sound of the NY Subway

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Treehugger has a an article that demonstrates the nexus of spatial technology, visualization, art, and travel. It was an interactive art piece crated by artist Alexander Chen turning the New York City’s MTA subway schedule virtual string instrument. In a more literal interpretation of virtual music, Wesleyan University hosts the World’s Virtual Music Museum which […]

Getting rid of all Left Turns

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Some transportation engineers at NS State University have published a new study that shows left turns aren’t needed.  We can create what are called “superstreets” that allow only right hand turns.  This improves both travel times and safety, not to mention fuel economy.  This isn’t exactly a new idea.  Michigan already has this type of […]