Google Warming

  title={Google Warming},
  author={L. Gurevitch},
  pages={107 - 85}
  • L. Gurevitch
  • Published 2014
  • Engineering
  • Convergence
  • This article argues that the computer automation of perspective and rendering in Google Earth has far-reaching consequences for the relationships between representations of the earth, its ecology and cultural responses to climate change. Theorists Erwin Panofsky (1991) and William Ivins (1975) to Lev Manovich (1993) and Don Ihde (2009) have argued that the emergence of Renaissance perspective structured a new relationship between the image and the object: contributing to the initiation of… CONTINUE READING
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