Lost in Space (Rev #0)
Chromaroma · The gamification of urban space: Chromaroma is a team game based on data generated by smartcards on the London transport network · Chromaroma (2010)
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Lost in Space, a spatial research conference organised by University College London, bringing together architects, designers, neuroscientists and computer scientists to talk all things spatial.

My personal highlights were design researcher Regina Peldszus’ presentation on the design of space stations, and neuroscientist Freyja Olafsdottir on how we might be constructing future trajectories during sleep, implying our mobility is aided by hippocampal brain activity during periods of rest. Fascinating stuff bordering on sci-fi.

Slides from my own talk are now available for download as a pdf:

Placerank: Remarks on Pervasive Cartography (pdf, 7.9MB)

You can find more details over at Lost in Space.