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Next Stop, 2018

This is a Next Stop. It was designed by Matthew Gardner, Chaewon Ahn, Sarah Williams, MIT Civic Data Design Lab, Dylan Halpern, Eric Robsky Huntley, Siqi Zhu, Michael Pearce and Griffin Kantz and made for (as the client) Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. It is dated 2018. Its medium is wood, card stock, digital prints, electronics.

The Next Stop interactive asks visitors to imagine the future of mobility through a series of ten questions. Understanding how technology innovations might change behavior is essential for future planning and design. Visitors submit answers through a scanner portal, which are added to the digital interactive. Next Stop uses analytics to reveal patterns in the scanned responses to visualize visitors’ collective hopes, dreams, and anxieties about our urban future.

Created for The Road Ahead: Reimagining Mobility

It is credited Courtesy of MIT Civic Data Design Lab.

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This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition The Road Ahead: Reimagining Mobility.

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