The Variable City – François Quévillon’s Dérive


Installation and media artist François Quévillon was amongst the many practitioners discussing their work at the International Marketplace for Digital Arts presentations during the BIAN two weeks ago in Montreal. Quévillon used his talk to give a brief overview of his experiments with 'urban imaging' over the last several years and he showed a range of interesting slitscan-like processed photographs and some more recent work inspired by LiDAR datasets and augmented mapping. Dérive makes use of photogrammetry, geomatic data and 3D modelling to construct point cloud abstractions of buildings, landmarks and cityscapes within a custom 'browser' interface.

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