Tagged: GIS

Wenhuibao Interview 0

Wenhuibao Interview

On 13 July 2013, The Wenhuibao (文汇报) published  a long interview with Christian Henriot (安克强) by journalist Siwen Ren (任 思 蕴) on historical research on Shanghai, digital technologies and the use of GIS...

CITIES IN TURMOIL: H-GIS AND URBAN LIFE IN MODERN CHINA 0

CITIES IN TURMOIL: H-GIS AND URBAN LIFE IN MODERN CHINA

The Institut d’Asie Orientale is hosting the second workshop on historical GIS and Chinese urban studies in Lyon on 7-9 November 2012. The workshop will take place at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon...

New features on “Live Maps” on Virtual Shanghai 0

New features on “Live Maps” on Virtual Shanghai

We are happy to announce a long-delayed development on the Virtual Shanghai platform. The Live Maps tool now provides access to two major databases, buildings and images, which allow users to search and locate...

Virtual Shanghai at 2010 Shanghai Expo (V) 0

Virtual Shanghai at 2010 Shanghai Expo (V)

The iVS (Immersive Virtual Shanghai) installation makes newspaper headline in Shanghai! The Shanghai daily 新闻晚报 (Shanghai Evening Post) advertised a full reportage on iVS by Li Yineng (李一能) on its front page. The newspaper...

Virtual Shanghai at 2010 Shanghai Expo (IV) 0

Virtual Shanghai at 2010 Shanghai Expo (IV)

The SuperStar Company (Duxiu) took advantage of the presentation of iVS at the Shanghai Expo to ask Christian Henriot to produce a one-hour “virtual class” on Virtual Shanghai and iVS. The purpose of these...

Virtual Shanghai at 2010 Shanghai Expo (III) 0

Virtual Shanghai at 2010 Shanghai Expo (III)

On August 18, Rhône-Alpes T.V. interviewed and filmed Gérald Foliot (Institut des Sciences de l’Homme) and Christian Henriot (Institut d’Asie Orientale) for a reportage on iVS to be shown on the web site of...

Virtual Shanghai at 2010 Shanghai Expo (II) 2

Virtual Shanghai at 2010 Shanghai Expo (II)

IVS is an application of virtual reality designed to allow navigation in and interaction with the visual and cartographic data of Virtual Shanghai in a 3-D environment. Its objectives can be defined as: –...

A 1939 aerial view of the Shanghai area 0

A 1939 aerial view of the Shanghai area

A new raster layer has been georectified and uploaded on the Virtual Shanghai GIS platform.  This new layer, which can be found on Virtual Shanghai in the Source Maps section under ID199 or on...