|Our site, the corner with the window just above the bus|
|Cobra's, the abandoned 1980s night club we discovered|
|Cobra's has a conveniently located window to project from|
|Mitchell's demonstration of Keystone|
|Mitchell demonstrating Keystone|
This leaves the generated cityscape of remixed geometry as the project focus, and within in that set of ideas the Nolli like plans of public space because they can grow organically in any direction seem best suited to fit around windows and other features. Perhaps the growth can avoid windows or begin from corners and edges. So this is the new direction, which, as shown below, is already working well with Keystone even in it's most initial prototypical form.
|Generic City A2 with Keystone can seamlessly wrap around corners|
|Generic City Growth A2 with Keystone showing on screen distortion|