Networked Urbanism

design thinking initiatives for a better urban life

Design critics: Belinda Tato and Jose Luis Vallejo, principals of Ecosistema Urbano

Diesel Air Toxic Representation Diagram

The evolved sensor grid provides a comprehensive look of Portland’s air toxics throughout a day. The animation shows the flux of diesel related air toxics around the highly utilized, freeway areas.  This shows the ‘interface’ that connects the physical city sensor grid to the individual device. Citizens will be able to connect directly to the ‘interface’ and gain information about their surrounding air contents. (click on image to see full screen animation)

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