Le numérique transforme peu à peu nos villes, notre façon de nous y mouvoir et d'échanger avec les services publics. Cinq grandes avancées sont en train de modifier considérablement notre quotidien et d'améliorer notre rapport à la ville.
"One of the main challenges facing cities is shaping an effective transition strategy which will accelerate the process of becoming a smart city. This requires, first and foremost, harnessing the power of the networks and technologies already in place and available...."
Nicolas Nova is writer and ethnographer with an interest in design fictions. The interview reveals what his views are on interaction design in urban context. His recent project called Curious Rituals is about gestures, postures and digital rituals that typically emerge with the use of digital technologies.
The Environmental Health Clinic at NYU is a clinic and lab, modeled on other health clinics at universities. However the project approaches health from an understanding of its dependence on external local environments; rather than on the internal biology and genetic predispositions of an individual.
The clinic works like this: you make an appointment, just like you would at a traditional health clinic, to talk about your particular environmental health concerns. What differs is that you walk out with a prescription not for pharmaceuticals but for actions: local data collection and urban interventions directed at understanding and improving your environmental health; plus referrals, not to medical specialists but to specific art, design and participatory projects, local environmental organizations and local government or civil society groups: organizations that can use the data and actions prescribed as legitimate forms of participation to promote social change.
Peu de temps après avoir équipé ses poubelles d'antennes Wi-Fi capables d'extraire certaines données des téléphones des passants, la ville de Londres vient d'abandonner son idée face aux protestations.
Gordan Savičić is a researcher and critical engineer and in his interview he shares views on design, art and future cities. His recent work include a project called Packetbrücke, which examines the possibilities of simulating network traffic of an entire remote network infrastructure.
Tobias Revell is an artist, designer and educator who discusses the topic of future cities, design and art, and the influence of new technologies. His recent work includes a project called New Mumbai that explores the theme of urban resilience, change and technology.
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