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Morphocode is an Architectural Practice working at the Intersection of Design and Technology.
Morphocode is an Architectural Practice working at the Intersection of Design and Technology.

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"The Economic Benefits of Sustainable Streets" via NYC DOT

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In the last couple of months we explored data from Melbourne’s pedestrian counting system to visualize movement patterns and network interdependencies. Here is a sneak peak of the project’s current state.

#dataviz #melbourne #walkability

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Upcoming workshops at #Acadia2015: Geo data, Kangaroo 3D, Robotic Woodcraft: http://2015.acadia.org/workshops.html 

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As embedded systems are becoming smaller, cheaper and more powerful, it is getting easier to bridge the gap between the physical and the digital world. 

In this new tutorial, we’ll see how to use the JavaScript Framework Johnny-Five to control a BeagleBone board.

Link: http://morphocode.com/starting-with-johnny-five-on-the-beaglebone/

#javascript   #beaglebone  #johnnyfive

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"#Data #Urbanism suggests an iterative approach to urban planning that starts with harnessing the potential of open spatial data by enabling hands-on interaction with it and transfoming the invisible bits into a coherent exploratory mechanism." 

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+CartoDB  organizes an interesting competition called "Insight". The winners will be exhibited at the Storefront for Art and Architecture, NYC during the Measure exhibition: http://storefrontnews.org/programming/measure/

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"In many cities, these dividing lines persist to this day — a reflection of decades of discriminatory policies and racism, but also of the power of infrastructure itself to segregate."

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Connectivity Altas is a project that maps infrastructures on a global scale. From roads and rivers to internet and electricity lines, these intricate and vast networks exist everywhere.

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Sketches by Kyle Henderson http://www.kylehenderson.co.uk/  
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