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"The real-time city is now real! The increasing deployment of sensors and hand-held electronics in recent years is allowing a new approach to the study of the built environment. The way we describe and understand cities is being radically transformed - alongside the tools we use to design them and impact on their physical structure. Studying these changes from a critical point of view and anticipating them is the goal of the SENSEable City Laboratory, a new research initiative at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology."
Latest From @SenseableCity
20 hours ago
Carlo Ratti is in Brussels on 18 December to celebrate Italian Innovation Day.
2 days ago
Why "sensing" is future of cities... And "smart" is not! Read more from @MetropolisMag: http://t.co/0AHyyffRzC
2 days ago
Did you miss our team's presentation at the Pisa Internet Festival? You can watch a recap courtesy of CNR! http://t.co/gm3EKWdcYH
Fraunhofer organized the Thinking Across Boundaries international symposium to discuss how design fosters innovation: http://t.co/GmdrDk7nO4
We couldn't do what we're doing without pioneers like Grace Hopper. Happy birthday! See her 1961 MIT remarks: http://t.co/WRmfJXVJKh
@GCGodfrey Difficulty is how we create that 'intelligent' infrastructure! Physical is easy. Digital's a bit harder. Social is the challenge.
RT @mitsap: .@SenseableCity has devised a way to save energy via personalized climate control systems: http://t.co/Nc0Vnc1CL8
RT @famaiolin: Just read 'Architettura Open Source' by @crassociati and many others... Absolutely inspiring! #OSArc http://t.co/HOGbRi8pUu
RT @MITdusp: .@SenseableCity wants to save energy via a personalized climate control systems: http://t.co/sTjqRPBgyB
2 weeks ago
RT @BenedictEvans: Louvre Museum's visitor flows, tracked via bluetooth http://t.co/aZ6PG99rY4
2 weeks ago
RT @manovich: Louvre Museum's DNA, a study of visitors' behavior using Bluetooth data - http://t.co/hB8rto6rXu http://t.co/7aXhusqMu3
2 weeks ago
Did you miss the #roadahead conference two weeks ago? In luck, video of our sessions are online now! http://t.co/e7pLDJhOxa
2 weeks ago
Carlo Ratti stirs up dialogue about the future of oil in transportation at the Fuel Choices Summit in Tel Aviv: http://t.co/QnrG93haOU
2 weeks ago
RT @CityLab: What can "the mystery" of cell-phone data tell us about what a city needs? http://t.co/JYMPX7pb54 http://t.co/Ur7LbiBvpp
3 weeks ago
We're thankful for smarter environments and brave, curious citizens around the world. Happy Thanksgiving to you, our follows and supporters.
3 weeks ago
As Americans head home for Thanksgiving, explore how we looked at Spaniards' patterns for Easter w/ @bbva #bigdata. http://t.co/towYDvrlbN
3 weeks ago
RT @Ftv_Fractal: El Senseable City Laboratory del MIT trabaja en proyectos para investigar el impacto de la tecnología a escala urbana http…
3 weeks ago
RT @johnmaeda: Smart sewage platform "Underworlds" from @SenseableCity Labs @MIT: http://t.co/sJWKD18f2O
3 weeks ago
RT @johnmaeda: Learned a new term "urban radiology" -- visualizing consumer exhaust data geographically. http://t.co/2WgAovjaD7
3 weeks ago
RT @Dimayousef: Amazed by Carlo Ratti's presentation on the concept of Senseable Cities @crassociati @SenseableCity #design http://t.co/GYR…

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