Here are the five stories that appeared in the special “Digital Cities” feature of Wired UK’s November issue.
Words on the streetby Adam GreenfieldUbiquitous, networked information will reshape our cities.
‘Sense-able’ urban designby Carlo RattiDigital elements blanket our environment: transforming our cities, informing their citizens and improving economic, social and environmental sustainability.
London after the great 2047 flu outbreakby Geoff ManaughAfter the Dutch flu outbreak of 2047 decimated greater London, the politics of the city began to change: everything turned medical.
Your neighbourhood is now Facebook Liveby Andrew BlumWhen it comes to technology and cities, today’s thrilling development is that social networking is enhancing urban places [and this is] significant for the future of our cities.
The transport of tomorrow is already hereby Joe SimpsonThe main impact on city planning will be mediated through transport infrastructures, freeing up road space as it does so.