I'm Xiaowei R. Wang, a designer, developer and dreamer. Currently: filming a sci-fi documentary on tech in China (working title Shenzhen2020), working on some Sinofuture food recipes, serve as the Creative Director at Logic Magazine, occasionally contribute to Radii China, and getting a PhD at UC Berkeley where I am part of the National Science Foundation's Environment and Society: Data Science for the 21st Century Program.

Previously, I've worked at Mapbox, Meedan, and Situ Research.

Some of the prior projects I've worked on have been a finalist for the INDEX Design Awards, featured on CNN, NYTimes, Method Science Quarterly, VICE Magazine, NYTimes, IEEE Spectrum, Harvard Design Magazine and the BBC.

Or, watch me ramble about the type of things I'm interested in like neoliberalism, China, the internet and economics speaking at the Asian Art Museum and babbling about how it intersects with landscape and citizenship on CNN.

I received a BA with Honors from Harvard, and a MA from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where I received the prestigious Norman T. Newton Prize for design.

You can zoom and rotate the landscape or press "R" to toggle colors, "W" and "S" to toggle between plan and section view.

The terrain model is Landers, CA (34.2661° N, 116.3922° W), a place at the intersection of many ley lines. The elevation information is from ASTER GDEM

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