Carlo Ratti
Directeur associé
Assaf Biderman
Gestion de projet
Matthew Claudel
Design du projet
Christopher Green
Développement logiciel
Paolo Santi, Remi Tachet des Combes,
Matteo Mandrile
Fabrication et ingénierie
Kristopher Swick
Interface tangible
Simone Mora
Newsha Ghaeli, Ryan Yeung, NJ Namju Lee, Yaniv Jacob Turgeman
Site web
Christopher Green, Pierrick Thébault
Merci à:
Aurette Leroy
BNP Paribas
Navi Radjou
A Unique Installation by MIT Senseable City Lab

In the city of tomorrow traffic lights will be replaced by intelligent intersections for controlling urban traffic.

Imagine a city without traffic lights, where lanes of cars merge harmoniously from one to the next, allowing traffic to flow smoothly across intersections. This futuristic vision is becoming reality. The development of autonomous driving promises to revolutionise the landscape of urban mobility.

At MIT Senseable City Lab, new research into systems of real-time control has made it possible to think in terms of intelligent intersections, acting as veritable orchestra conductors for the cars throughout the city. The digital optimisation of individual behaviour and viewing traffic from a holistic perspective in terms of comfort, security, environmental impact and efficiency are poised to usher in spectacular changes in urban living.

DriveWAVE explores the ways in which this "digital traffic controller" can become a reality in cities. A specially designed user interface lets visitors take control of the intersection and gives each person an opportunity to interact via their dynamic projection. An illuminated physical model of the intersection and the comparison in real time with a traditional traffic light demonstrates a truly game-changing upheaval in urban mobility - the advent of the autonomous vehicle.

WAVE! Installation

En ce moment à:

Paris, Parc de La Villette, 211 avenue Jean Jaurès 75019 Paris

Du 10 Septembre au 5 Octobre

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