Image In Place – 叠影入境 Chen Hui 陈辉 , Qiao Liu 乔柳, Zhong Kai 钟凯 Augmented Reality (AR) technology can integrate complex professional information into space in form of dynamic graphics. It allows people to see the visualized logical structure and professional discipline achievements, see the covered space, and see the historical and future urban features in the real urban environment. Therefore, people’s understanding about the development, the operation logic and the spatial characteristics of the city are improved.
Through AR technology, people have an “eye” for a thorough observation of the city. When the UAV takes this “eye” high into the sky and flies freely, people can transcend their physical smallness and gain a macro perspective that they can control.
This is an eye provided by urban civilization for people to observe the city, and urban civilization also provides rich data information and interpreting paradigms for such observation. Therefore, we think that this eye can be called “the eye of the city”.
When people have this eye, they can be regarded as god in a sense. Not only can they achieve a transparent state of being fully aware, but they can also form a virtual image of their ideas and designs about the city , and then convey them to others intuitively and transparently through the “eye of the city”. In this way, Communication between people will be more effective than ever.
In this work, we choose Chongqing Hualongqiao area as our experiment site. After using photogrammetry technology to reconstruct the model of this region, and inviting experts from different areas to provide professional information, we have fused UAV aerial pictures and photogrammetry reconstruction 3d scenes with programming dynamic graphics to generate animation of AR, which combines the special topography with the city status of Chongqing in different historical periods to form a series of dynamic, millennial and in-depth digital analysis.
Credits: Chen Hui 陈辉 (director/producer), Qiao Liu 乔柳,
Zhong Kai 钟凯, Yu Sen 余森,
Chongqing Paramland Landscape Design Co., Ltd., Fang Erqing 方尔清, Wan Ziyu 万梓宇, Chongqing Municipal Research Institute of Design (public space consultant).
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