February 25, 2014, 01:43:12 am
An updated (28 February, 2014) short movie of an Aerotropolis design for the Gharbia Western region of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, UAE. This fly-through (see below) is an overview of a major design thesis undertaken as part of Masters of Landscape Architecture degree.
The design is inspired by John D. Kasarda. For some it seems quite perplexing just what the 'strange' flying vehicles are, leaving each of the residential 'petal' communities. To make this more clearer, in context with this emerging technological design, and the Aerotropolis design, I have updated the fly-through to include the Personal Air and Land Vehicle (the PAL-V) being developed by the Dutch company PAL-V. It is based around the emerging technologies of the Personal Air and Land Vehicle - the PAL-V - being developed by the Dutch company PAL-V.
It follows almost a decade of urban planning/urban design working experience in the Arabic Gulf Region.
Made with Blender 3D, Sketchup Pro, and Lumion 2.5. About 3 months of work. Compiled on my Toshiba Satellite laptop i3 Processor and built in ATI Radeon card.