The Future of Maps II (Citizen Mapping with Deep Learning) served as the 2017 theme for the Personal Interaction Studio (CS-489). The map itself has emerged as one of the most ubiquitous interactive objects of our digital mobile age. It plays a significant role in our contemporary understanding of information (abstract data and physical spaces). This term, the studio aims to reinterpret the map as a digital, live, interactive artifact. The goal is to create meaningful interactive data-driven maps as both a digital visualization interface.
featured projects: Mapping Solar Panels of Switzerland (Bruneau Basile Gérard Pierre) and Safety from the Sky (Leclerc Guillaume Paul Olivier)
supervisor: Immanuel Koh
professor: Jeffrey Huang
Image credits: MxD