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Intermission: This Is How Cities and Technology Should Work

by Alissa Walker

December 10, 2010

In the last few years we've sure heard a lot about how our iPhones and Androids will be able to do things like pay for parking, get real-time transit directions, and use augmented reality to discover events happening on our way home from work. This video actually helps us to visualize how this might actually happen. Shown at CEOs for Cities' Connectivity Challenge conference yesterday, the piece was produced by Veoila Transport, who operates public transit systems throughout North America. It's a great illustration of the ideal way that our mobile devices should interact with our cities. (And the bouncy soundtrack is almost impossible to resist dancing to.)

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Intermission: This Is How Cities and Technology Should Work