Analysis by Mikael Colville-Andersen
Jose Luis de Vicente
This issue offers a set of recommendations, tools, and practices to preserve our sense of privacy in the post-Snowden world.
How will it be to live in the SmartCities of the future? How will it feel to live in an environment where technology prevails at its purest? Do you dare to travel to a place governed by the criteria of increased intelligence and efficiency?
M.U.R.S. will dampen all the questions to those who will experience this 2.0 installation. It’ll be the experience of living in a prototypical world where the premises of the smart cities are carried to the limit. It will include all aspects of this revolution, without exception: economy, mobility, ecology, citizenship, governance and digital life. This will be, with no doubt, the first SmartShow history, with the unmistakable stamp of La Fura.
Play smartphone games using the playground as control interface
Hybrid Play promotes outdoor physical playing, verbal communication and team relationships.
On top of the basic Internet of Things search functionality that we launched with, here are some of…
Urban Layers is an interactive map created by Morphocode that explores the structure of Manhattan’s urban fabric.
The map lets you navigate through historical fragments of the borough that have been preserved and are currently embedded in its densely built environment. The rigid archipelago of building blocks has been mapped as a succession of structural episodes starting from 1765.
The Cities Summit, organised by RE.WORK, will take place over two days on 4-5 December, at The Crystal, London, and will showcase the opportunities of accelerating technologies and their impact on our urban areas.
By 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in cities. What will this…
I was part of the speakers line up last year. Pass by if you have the chance.
El Campo de Cebada, a place in the center of Madrid managed by its own citizens.