Is it possible to visualize the flow of our cities? And how can it be done?
This new project from Rotterdam attempts to represent the motion of the city, creating nine videos to capture its urban rhythm.
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Every morning, sanitation workers across Louisville start their day with a regimen of stretching. In the offices of the city’s Public Works department, even those who spend most of their days behind a desk and computer monitor begin their day with the same routine. Stretching is nothing new. But it is an integral part of Louisville’s innovation agenda.
Louisville is stretching its way to being a safer city, using data and some early morning exercise to keep City employees safer at work.
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Take a little bit of open data, add a lot of mapping, and suddenly you can see where people tend to run in Boston, Chicago, NYC, London, and Los Angeles (note: it’s mobile data, so biased towards tech adopters, but insightful nonetheless).
Along the water seems to be particular popular path.
Data driven breakdown of the world’s megacities. Thanks goes to tumblr user Luxojr93 for pointing us in the direction of these graphics.