The Power of Mapping: Going High-Tech

  • Carl Skelton, Director of Brooklyn Experimental Media Centre, NYU Polytechnic Institute
  • John Danahy, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Toronto
  • Gunho Sohn, Assistant Professor of Geomatics Engineering, York University
When: June 16, 2011 – 6:00–8:00 pm
Urbanspace Gallery, 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Mapping options available to city builders range from the ubiquitous Google platform, to higher tech programs that encompass three-dimensional and virtual reality applications. Carl Skelton from NYU Poly, John Danahy from the University of Toronto, and Gunho Sohn from the Engineering Faculty of York University will demonstrate their projects and show their potential to strengthen city-building initiatives in Toronto and beyond.

About ‘The Power of Mapping’

This event is part of CCE’s series of events on the potential of mapping to strengthen communities’ ability to know their neighbourhood and plan for its future. Why mapping? In cities around the world, community and neighborhood organizations are using mapping tools to assist them in visioning, planning and advocating for their needs. It’s a useful tool for people to understand their communities, represent themselves and their perspectives, and plan for their futures.

Read the event recap here.