Urbanology Analysis: Your Future City Is . . .
Saturday, October 15, 2011, 3:30–4:30 pm
You’ve had the opportunity to create your own ideal city by making collective and individual decisions online and in the Lab while playing the game Urbanology. Designed by Local Projects, the game allows participants to be city planners for a day, lobbying for various initiatives regarding innovation, transportation, health, affordability, wealth, lifestyle, sustainability, and livability. With each game, a different city with varying priorities was built.
Data from every session has been collected. Which initiatives took precedence and which took the backseat? What does the future city look like and how does the data compare to your ideal city? Join Keeli Shaw of Local Projects as she reveals the aggregate data collected from those games, which spurred heated debates in the Lab and online, and see how the comprehensive results compare to your own.
Photo: by Roger Kisby, © The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York