Tag: mapa

Platform of maps of the Autonomous government of Galicia
16-06-2016 No Comments

Platform of maps of the Autonomous government of Galicia

A new application already is available to obtain geographical information of Galicia. The Institute of Studies of the Territory (IET), in collaboration with the Agency of Technological Modernization of Galicia (Amtega), has just released this new service of the Center of Unloads of Geographical Information of the Platform of maps of the Autonomous government of Galicia. It is a question of […]

The maps. An appropriation of the world | Ignacio Grávalos - Patrizia Di Monte
24-04-2015 No Comments

The maps. An appropriation of the world | Ignacio Grávalos – Patrizia Di Monte

“I can use a mirror, which the things show since are seen, or can use a map, which the things show since are well-considered.” E. Gombrich A paper world. The maps constitute a graphical representation of the territory. But also, in turn, always they have constituted an instrument of ideology and power. They answer to the need to locate processes […]

Ubiqarama
06-11-2014 No Comments

Ubiqarama

Ubiqarama is an ecosystem formed by a web platform and a mobile application that they facilitate the construction of digital territorial narratives. During the last 2 years Úbiqa has been employed at the development of tools that allow to systematize and to facilitate the accomplishment of participative projects of creation of digital civil narratives using different resources: images, photos, videoes, texts […]

Cities of the World. Civitates Orbis Terrarum
07-04-2011 752 Comments

Cities of the World. Civitates Orbis Terrarum

“Half millennium afterwards, our cities have gone back  monstrous. Interminable, impossible to represent, incomprehensible and, enn big measure, disfuncionales”. Like this it writes Rem Koolhaas, the big arqitecto of our time, in the introduction of ‘Cities of the world’, ellibro that the publisher Taschen has elaborated from the collection ‘Civitates Orbis Terrarum’, elaborated in 1575. “It is impossible to read […]