Monday, 11 June 2018

Experimental Gameplay Workshop: Earth Primer

As part of the Experimental Gameplay Workshop for GDC 2015, Chaim Gingold presents Earth Primer, an app that's a 'science book for playful people.' As the description of the experience from the ex-Spore programmer explains: "Visit volcanoes, glaciers, sand dunes. Play with them, look inside, and see how they work. The forces of nature are at your fingertips."

Sunday, 5 November 2017

The most accurate map of Earth



Japanese architect Hajime Narukawa claims to have tackled a centuries-old problem - how to draw an oblate spheroid Earth on a flat plane.
He claims the above map, called the AuthaGraph World Map, achieves this task.
The projection, first created in 1999, frames the world's physical components in a 2D rectangle, attempting to represent their relative sizes as accurately as possible.
It does so by dividing the world into 96 triangles, making it a tetrahedron, then unfolding it to become a rectangle.

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Presentation of the works of "Proyecto Querer, poder, aprender y convivir" in Rascafría

On April 29 our students of 1 st of Social Sciences presented their works about different rivers of the world, within the "Proyecto Querer, poder, aprender y convivir", which was also attended students by Guadalix de la Sierra, Albacete and Villena.