Taking Charge with Cellphones
November 14, 2012


Taking Charge is featured in the Harvard Gazette.


"Accurate maps are at the heart of the Taking Charge tool kit. On a balcony at Gund Hall, Mansfield unfurled a kite that can be used to loft a cellphone 500 feet or more into the air. The phone’s camera, set on continuous shoot and held in a cut-off soda bottle with rubber bands, can snap high-resolution photos impossible to get from a higher-altitude plane. “You get phenomenal resolution,” he said. “It’s low-tech, high-impact.”


Harvard Gazette


© Kurt Snibbe, for the Harvard Gazette