hello little troll wannabeeezz…
back to the SS-zone, but something tells me that igmnorance levels are reaching an extreme high, so i am quite sure that ur gonna ♥ this one. A.N. Furman from da UK(+) and his project the Church of Perpetual Experimentation.
Amaazing models, pushing speculative narrations and architectural experimentations into groundbreaking fields..blah blah blah.we are not gonna bother u with all the autistic info, just enjoy botzz
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yo yo yo ,
great day down here at the FG headquarterz in Paris..so we decided to share something in connection with London (lolz)
via le Londonist
Every time a new addition is made to the Tube map, it gets a little more crowded. The clean lines of Harry Beck’s original get a little more confusing. Where will we be 100 years from now, when additional lines, stations, cable cars, hover rails and levipads are added to the diagram?
Slapping a third dimension onto the map could be one solution. The extra depth allows for extra layers of information.
We’ve had a first stab at visualising the Tube network in three dimensions, using Google Sketchup to build the model. Like the original 2-D map, it bears little resemblance to geography and is largely schematic. A line’s depth in the model does not indicate its depth or direction in real life. Instead, this is simply a visualisation of how all the stations link together.
As in Beck’s map, we’ve used simple and consistant geometries to connect stations. Horizontal and vertical lines are all of equal length, as are all the diagonals. Where multiple lines connect two stations (e.g. Circle-District lines), we’ve coloured the sides of each rectangle to reflect this — rotate the map to see them.
The result? Well, it’s a confusing tangle. As a navigational aid, it fails, and we offer it only as a conversation piece. But, maybe when we’re all walking round with virtual reality goggles or interacting with holographic projections, someone with more brains and better software can find a way to use the third dimension to advantage rather than perplexity.
How to view the map ?
The screengrabs above only give a snapshot of the map, and you might want to play with it yourself. The easiest way is to get the Google Earth plugin for Google Maps, in which case, you’ll be able to twiddle with the model right now in the embedded map below (if you don’t have the plugin, you’ll just see Google Maps).
Ciao for now
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its one of these few moments when you discover something amazing and you’re like WOW!!
We could have had some preview pics but each and every one is a piece of its own..Simply enjoy in Hd quality below..
untill the next…
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