Reconstrucing Walk 2

Diagrams which reconstruct the second walk of the edge of the “Mandala” System with the aid of a GPS tracking device.

The GPS device allowed me to record my speed, heading, and location at set intervals. Thank you to the UCL School of Geography for use of their equipment.

A graph showing the quantities recorded on my walk. The data taken by hand was – the Openness of the Space around the waypoint, the level of Illumination, the level of human Activity, the relative “Anxiousness,”and the Loudness.

These waypoints were determined by stopping every five minutes. The distance between each waypoint is the distance traveled in that time.

So in reading the graph, the distance between each mark on the "x" axis is proportional to the geographic distance traversed, but the time between each "x" value is always five minutes.

The data taken electronically was the number of each waypoint, the distance traveled between, and the average speed.

This walk was undertaken with the aid of a GPS tracking device which allowed me to record my speed, heading, and location at set intervals. Thank you to the UCL School of Geography for use of their equipment.

Click here for the rest of the diagrams reconstructing this walk.

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