Sounds Of The Future City, 2018
This is a Sounds of the Future City. It was designed by James Conway, Anthony Cortez, Terence Caulkins, Willem Boning, Arup, Rachel Abrams, Casey Eckersley, James Francisco, Léonard Roussel, Adam Wolffbrandt, Chris Pollock, Raj Patel, Kelsey Habla and Sean O'Neill and made for (as the client) Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. It is dated 2018. Its medium is sound installation.
This immersive 3D sound experience presents three scenarios that prototype how cities might sound in the future as new technologies arrive in public spaces. How might journey-specific digital information enhance passengers’ experiences of transit? Will cities become quieter and calmer as street design, informed by sensor data, allows for greener spaces? Is the future of electric vehicles (EVs) necessarily a quiet one?
It is credited
Courtesy of Arup.
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Running time: 5 min.
This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition The Road Ahead: Reimagining Mobility.