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3D printing and GIS

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It is difficult to remember that last year the 3D printing industry hadn’t inundated the public consciousness because 3D printing and 3D visualizations were still an innovative, but not yet wide-spread technology. What a difference a year can make and how quickly a technology can go from innovation to necessity. Forbes magazine recently advised its […]

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GIS and Fine Art

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My day was made brighter this morning by a Paris Metro Project by Hwan Lee, which is an Art Takes Paris project that details all 261 metro stations in Paris and the path of Hwan’s walking history. I know that it is an art exhibit and that it is an actual static map, but wouldn’t […]

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A Review of Apps and Maps

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We downloaded several apps for our Very Spatial Road Trip that were recommended by friends, online reviews, and VerySpatial podcasts. Since she was acting as navigator, Barbara insisted on stopping at AAA and picking up a stack of paper maps for back up.  We found that there is no better crucible for  road testing a […]

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ESRI User’s Conference Plenary: Live Blog!

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We’re about to start the 2013 Live Blog for this year’s ESRI User’s Conference.  Keep posted as I’ll make updates as long as the WiFi stays clean 🙂  This year I’m trying something new.  I’m up in the Geolounge relaxing with a nice cup of coffee and my very own power outlet 🙂  T-33 minutes […]

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The Driving Dutchman

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According to a discussion in my LinkdIn ESRI Network, The Driving Dutchman of Cyclomedia is on the last leg of his roadtrip across America to the San Diego ESRI UC. Their mission statement has a cool picture of their professional vehicle and a description of how they capture street imagery.  They are requesting drive bys […]

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Dance Your GIS

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Frank very jokingly sent me an io9 article on Science’s 2013 “Dance Your Ph.D.” Contest in which Ph.D’s, past or present, can win $500 for conveying their Ph.D concept through interpretive dance. The Grand Prize winner will present at the TEDxBrussels. I told him, the joke is on him, because the geospatial has always led […]

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A VerySpatial Evening – a prelude

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Last night we had a few folks over to the VerySpatial (rental) condo for a get together. Frank and Barb did most of the cooking (BBQ Chicken, brats, burgers, veggies, corn, deviled eggs, etc…) with Sue as hostess and I was sue chef and dishwasher. We had folks from Esri, Esri Australia, the newly anointed […]