Video Archive | Laser Infrared Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) (2)

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Mihalyo and Hahn discuss their study of occupied spaces and how the organization of spaces relates to cultural norms and societal...
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Mihalyo and Hahn discuss the utilization of LIDAR (Laser Infrared Detection and Ranging) technology for the virtual mapping of...

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Mihalyo and Hahn discuss their study of occupied spaces and how the organization of spaces relates to cultural norms and societal pressures. They are especially attentive to perimeters, where objects are stored in order to create more space, but which also define
how one navigates through space. Through the documentation of enclosures within the city of Seattle, they sought to determine the minimum requirement for the demarcation of spatial enclosure. Mihalyo and Hahn also discuss their analyzation of discarded spaces, utilizing the technology of LIDAR (Laser Infrared Detection and Ranging).


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Mihalyo and Hahn discuss the utilization of LIDAR (Laser Infrared Detection and Ranging) technology for the virtual mapping of streets in Rome, Italy. This technology was developed for the electronic mining industry. It may be utilized for the digital mapping of cities in order to discover their level of density and forest cover. Mihalyo and Hahn utilized this in order to capture real-world complexity, as it is. They summarized the lecture by describing the difference between art and architecture as architecture as a functional program and art as space with no architectural functions, only experiential qualities.