“But it is not enough to add certain additional technologies or redress existing products with a more sophisticated covering. If we really want to contribute to a better urban development, it will be necessary to design these products taking labs to the streets and meet the people that are expected to interact with them…” read more…
humanscalecities is prolific at uncovering intelligent thinking in regard to cities and urban life. I am also pleased to finally see a shift away from that awful term—‘smart cities’.
I am at least six months behind on my updates to this blog, but at least only a few months behind the release of this fascinating camera that you can post-process the focus area and affect depth of field. Innovative.
This speech has particular resonance for me as I spend a lot of my time working in the fields of urban wayfinding, movement strategies and information planning.
Lord Rogers of Riverside: My Lords, I declare an interest in Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners and as a director of the River Café, Hammersmith. I join in congratulating my noble friend Lord Rooker on introducing this timely debate….