The shriveling world project aims at producing images of geographical time-space, using the third dimension. The word shriveling was introduced by Waldo Tobler in his analysis of Mathis-L'Hostis time-space relief images, to describe the complex contraction process suggested by the model. The project consists in:
- A scientific blog containing principles, reflections, references and images related to the project
- An application with documentation.
- A users forum
This is the first representation of geographical time-space with cones and curves, produced by the application Shriveling world with post-treatments in Blender, applied to China and Taiwan.
- The project has a roadmap maintained up to date
- Development is organised for the coming release
- The first pre-release v0.9-alpha can be refered to as:
As an open science initiative the project follows the GNU General Public License v3.0 rules.