As I become more involved AR's potential impact upon traffic, I see roads, vehicles, pedestrians and bicycles differently. The following documentary photographs are study aids; barely related to my previous street photography projects, such as the
series. Bus Stopping
There is also a study of San Francisco
A terrible photograph, but a great example of the realities of the street. Glare attacks everyone. If there were a dependency upon a device displaying crucial information, what would happen in this situation?
Waze and other apps provide the latest info on detours, construction , travel times and more. With Waze, the data is crowdsourced. What relationships will be formed between these kinds of apps and autonomous vehicles?
The overall picture of bicycle parking in Detroit: what does it look like?
What is the future of the parking lot?
Detroit's original layout.
Dashboard of one of May's autonomous vehicles.
One of May's AVs moving out into traffic.
For nearly one hundred years, Detroit has created our perception of what a car is. Let's see what happens next...
I will be making a presentation about Augmented Reality and Autonomous Vehicles at
Altimetrik, on August 8, 2019.
There are a number of posts about AR and bicycling
These photographs were taken during
Detroit Startup Week.