Urban Simulation and the Luminous Planning Table Bridging the Gap between the Digital and the Tangible

@inproceedings{BenJoseph2001UrbanSA,
  title={Urban Simulation and the Luminous Planning Table Bridging the Gap between the Digital and the Tangible},
  author={Eran Ben-Joseph and Hiroshi Ishii and John Underkoffler and Ben Piper and Luke Yeung},
  year={2001}
}
One of the great challenges that physical planners and urban designers face is communicating their spatial concepts and ideas to the broader public. Obermeyer (1991) contended that while planners are trained to think in spatial terms, they often fail to highlight the spatial implications of proposed policies to public administrators and policy makers. This inattention, she concluded, can be in great part explained because spatial consequences have not been made salient in presentation materials… CONTINUE READING
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