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The following are the top 25 student projects as selected by the TechniCity instructors. There were many, many great projects overall! Click on the title to read more about the project. Name Project Agata Ruchlewicz-Dzianach L Spot App Anellina Chirico … Continue reading
I’ve just been getting familiar with my new pair of Google Glass. I’m part of a team of four at Virginia Tech (along with Ralph Hall, Brian Mathews, and Peter Sforza a.k.a Glass Explorers) who plan to experiment with, and … Continue reading
TechniCity examined how cities are changing through the integration and infrastructure of technology. Students learned how to use technology to engage with the public to support decision-making and improve their cities. Students examined tools for analyzing the city and actively … Continue reading
Housing Policy Debate (HPD) announces its 2013 paper competition. HPD provides a venue for original research relating to U.S. housing policy. Subjects include affordable housing policy, fair housing policy, land use regulations influencing housing affordability, metropolitan development trends, and linkages … Continue reading
This project will map the scholarly products (books, book chapters, journal articles, etc.) of all 850+ academics currently teaching and researching in city planning programs in the U.S. The map is constructed by connecting co-cited materials to illustrate the network … Continue reading
Tom Sanchez talks about technology and cities at CityWorks (X)po in Roanoke, VA.