DataWolk Hoeksche Waard (DWHW) is a project of ArchiNed, AIR Foundation and V2_Lab in collaboration with the Province of Zuid-Holland within the framework of the AIR Southbound event. DataWolk Hoeksche Waard is an experimental Internet site, using the plugin Shockwave, about the landscape design for the Hoeksche Waard (an island) in relation to the Randstad and the Rhine-Scheldt estuary. The site is aimed at designers, policy makers, administrators, inhabitants of the Rotterdam region and other interested parties.
In the DataWolk (DataCloud) anyone can join the discussion on landscape qualities in relation to urbanization and mobility. On the DWHW site data is gathered by designers, policy makers and inhabitants. This information deals with specific locations on the Hoeksche Waard island. DWHW explores and documents the physical and non-physical contexts of the Hoeksche Waard and how these are interrelated, and makes this information accessible by applying methods and techniques from digital media.
Website at http://www.dwhw.nl/