Photo essays of space

My son vainly trying to pich-to-zoom the Google Earth 3D renderings of the Milan Expo Pavillons on the non-interactive screen of my desktop computer, Limena If you think the rides in the US Disney Resorts are fast — this one is not for the faint of heart.

I was pretty disoriented the first time I rode this…well, and the second time too. The only way to ride this one is to do a FastPass, otherwise you can get stuck for seemingly hours while everyone with passes are admitted in masses. The huge development of digital elevation modelling and a widespread taste for 3D imagery has curiously led to a revival of concrete relief maps and 3D cartographic objects.

This photo essay, which expands the visual material of the journal article, provides an initial review of the possible ways in which maps could be simultaneously felt and researched haptically. This first debuted at Hong Kong Disneyland and became part of the California ride in and was brought back again in Signs of wear on a map in the Milan underground, Regarding the tactile dimension of maps, we can observe that all maps are objects characterised by specific geometry, surface, materiality, location and temperature.

Haptic cartographies: A photo essay

A multi-sensory approach to maps also leads to consideration of their physical spatialities. Hong Kong Disneyland probably has the best queue interior of the ride, despite being the smallest. The outdoor snaking queue lines remind me of the olden days of Anaheim Disneyland pre-Fast Pass.

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It is an invitation to rest on map surfaces, and to appreciate their textures through an aesthetic-sensuous approach. Ultimately, concrete paper maps have been replaced by fleeting digital maps.

Visually, it is one of the more appealing attractions, especially the way it is lit up at night.

There are lots of bright colored lights and a virtual solar system hanging above. This site has been active as a companion to the print journal since I propose touch as an alternative way for us to approach a form of representation, the map, which has been predominantly subject to representationalism and power-related, symbolic interpretation.

Additionally, this new cartographic environment stimulates a reconsideration of the haptic within cartography as a whole. A group interacting on an historical map at a British Library exhibition, London Usually we end up riding this one two or three times, depending on how long we are staying at the Park that day.

Ubiquitous computing, handheld devices and touchscreen interfaces affect our tactile relationship with everyday mapping.

Open-air relief maps typically displayed in city centres have often been created for visually impaired people. Skin, touch, hapticity, surface and interface are important notions within both present and past cartography.

Mission 2 at Disneyland Paris Spuffy is ready to ride! Uh oh, looks like he may not meet the height requirement on this one! My son and niece performing with their bodies and toy cars a self-hand made map with imagined locations across the space of my dining room, Limena The only difference is — it can be F and humid while you are waiting in line in Tokyo.

However, touch is one of the multiple under-researched angles from which the changing nature of cartographic research could be further renewed. The website accepts essays, photo essays, commentaries, reviews, and other traditional and non-traditional forms of scholarly writing.

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These are no Disney artist backdrops! Monday, July 3, Photo Essay: A Space of Wonder and Art I never really understood why people take pictures of paintings—and especially of other photographs—in galleries and art museums.

So, after walking through the "Pulse Portal" by Davis McCarty of Galexy Design first seen at Burning Man last yearI headed straight for something I could see for real, interact with, and photograph. Society and Space is an international and interdisciplinary journal that publishes theoretically innovative scholarship that examines the contingent and possible relations between the social and the spatial.

Laura MarksTouch: Perhaps Spuffy is rethinking this one!Deep-Space Photos: Hubble's Greatest Hits. The Hubble Space Telescope is completing its 22nd year in space. In honor of that birthday, here are 22 of its most striking images—a tiny fraction of the things it's seen and the. A space so sacred, yet stages chatting and gossips that are considered worldly, that belongs to the realm of the profane.

Temple conversations; where sacred and profane play shadow games. Photo by Anu Karippal. Photo Essay: A Space of Wonder and Art I never really understood why people take pictures of paintings—and especially of other photographs—in galleries and art museums.

Maybe it's to prove that they were there. Maybe it's to have a keepsake of their own particular experience of the art. Or maybe it's to avoid buying the poster in the gift shop. Get TIME photos and pictures of the week delivered directly to your inbox.

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