Inside the Show That Strips Cities to Their Bones

By: | November 8th, 2013

If you haven’t been watching “Strip the City,” you’ve missed major cities stripped to naked bits of steel and concrete. It may sound like it’s just another sci-fi movie but “Strip the City” is a program on Science Channel and it’s getting high ratings from engineers and designers.

The program uses sophisticated video editing software to “strip away” facades of buildings and other construction projects to show what lies underneath. CGI Animation generates animated or moving images using 3D computer graphics software.

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Dubai – skyscraper water supply and sandstorm protection for tall buildings

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Toronto – ┬áin its extremely cold climate, you find hidden world with malls and subways

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San Francisco – techtonic timebomb

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London – tunneling under London and building a bridge across the River Thames

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Rome – Roman water supply, & the Roman Hill of Garbage

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Harbor City in Sydney – man-made land

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David Russell Schilling

David enjoys writing about high technology and its potential to make life better for all who inhabit planet earth.

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