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November

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This month the World Health Organization (WHO) measured the highest pollution levels of fine particulate matter above China ever recorded. Thick clouds of toxic smog cover the cities in North east China. The big need for energy in fast growing cities seems to be an essential problem and tend to influence the lives and health of many citizens. Last year I visited Shanghai, one of the big Chinese cities which suffers from smog.

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October

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Lately I have been experimenting with the appearance of Satellite images. I use them on my website to show the location and context of my projects, because a picture offers more information about materials, colors and atmosphere then a vector based map. Nevertheless the quality of free satellite pictures is not always satisfying and the color temperature of the pictures can vary a lot. Although this article is not exactly a tutorial I would like to share some try-outs.

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