Tuesday, November 27, 2012

TEST #03

Bertrand Russell puts it this way: The  first thing to  notice  is  that different senses have different  spaces.  The  space  of sight  is  quite  different from the  space  of touch;  it is  only by experience  in  infancy that we  learn to  correlate  them. The  one space  into which both kinds  of  sensations  fit is  an  intellectual construction,  not a  datum.

After reading this words I start researching about how you can mix the cartographics maps I had done before with this new way to see the space. How was posible to isolate the different space sense in a graphic way.