MUV: a novel approach to tackling urban mobility challenges– Presented by Wio D’Hespeel, LUCA School of Arts, at the Creative Ring Sum-It, on October 23, at Designhuis in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Wio D’Hespeel will deliver the presentation together with Karen Soens.
Where has the ‘mobile’ in urban ‘mobility’ gone? Cities usually tackle the Mobility Challenge with impressive infrastructural interventions, urban planning, smart traffic systems, etc. A more service design based approach is currently also catching on quite well, sometimes fuelled by a co-creative design approach.
MUV is exploring a totally new angle: gameplay! How can a game have an impact on (local) mobility behaviour. Can the data recorded and generated by the game be the glue that holds together an ecosystem of inhabitants, policy makers, local organisations and businesses, hackers and makers, data specialists and municipality departments?
MUV has been piloted in 6 cities across Europe and is looking for new neighbourhoods to join the MUV-network. Continue reading “MUV: a novel approach to tackling urban mobility challenges– Presented by Wio D’Hespeel, LUCA School of Arts”