Monday September 21, 2020

Imagining tomorrow’s cities

While technology has been the driving force in the way we develop our cities, we must not forget the humans who live in them, say the experts who are at the heart of planning for future urban living

7th January, 2018
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A group of lively teenagers in school uniforms rustle crisp packets. Above their chatter, and above their heads, there’s a different sort of din. The beating heart of London . . . well, in emoji form at least.

For visitors to the Museum of London, one of its latest digital installations, Pulse, gives a real-time insight into the mood of Londoners. Using a combination of data analysis and visualisation, the display above the museum’s atrium café...

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