Update: currently we have the third quadcopter, the F330.
Cinta (Matt) flew it on campus today. It weighs close to nothing, 103gram in total (with the propeller guards and a tiny camera). We think it is the most sensibleÂ way for me to start with, before graduating to Cinta’s (more powerful) quadcopter. Baby steps!
I submitted a proposal for an artwork competition, organised by the library.
The idea came on one fine afternoon, I had a chat with Matt about his surplus chain he was holding. His brand spanking new titanium chain. And I said “what can we do with that?”
27 Feb 2012.
An annual event in River Thames..Â the main event of inter-college rowing races
May 2010. A lantern art festival along Singapore River, the promenade of The Fullerton Hotel.
6 November Â 2011.
image courtesy: Nottingham Trent University (http://www.ntu.ac.uk/adbe/document_uploads/107329.pdf)
1 October 2011.
Local Plan- Macro Scale.Â source: Ordance Survey
Local Plan- Micro Scale
Points of interest:
- Surrounded by many focal points, there is potential to explore a space to accommodate dynamic visitor (leisure space)
- A well known meeting point
- A high volume crisscross path, vehicles and human movements
- Visitors tend to drop by and have a break
There is a possibility to explore a positive space for leisure activities, by looking at its distribution. Types of possible leisure activities: Art exhibition, Art performances, talk events
Open and Green Space
Within 150m radius, there is a tendency of a possibility to create a greenery space in the midst of a high density urban site. Dominant adjacent land use is high density of three to four storeys height shop houses.