Flows, Bits, and Relationships Workshop
Smart Geometry at the University of Toronto
Carlos Sandoval, John Faichney, Scott Ewart, Matthew Shaxted, and Kyle Steinfeld
This 6-day workshop cluster, occurring at the Smart Geometry Conference and hosted by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, speculates about about the use of a novel analytical tool for structuring the various spatial constituents and datasets related to high-density urban environments.
Here we argue that the complexity of Hong Kong's dense, interconnected commercial spaces cannot be properly analyzed and represented through conventional methods. In order to develop new ways to visualize and understand this spatial complexity, we developed a novel analytical tool for structuring the various spatial constituents and datasets.