Carlo Ratti:
Arquitetura que sente e reage

TED2011 · 15:46 · Filmed Mar 2011
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Com a sua equipa do SENSEable City Lab, Carlo Ratti, professor do MIT, faz coisas interessantes captando os dados que criamos. Extrai conjuntos de informação passiva — como as chamadas que fazemos e o lixo que deitamos fora — para criar visualizações surpreendentes da vida citadina. Com a sua equipa, cria fascinantes ambientes interativos a partir da água em movimento e de luz voadora, movidos por simples gestos captados por sensores.

Architect and engineer
Carlo Ratti directs the MIT SENSEable City Lab, which explores the "real-time city" by studying the way sensors and electronics relate to the built environment. He's opening a research center in Singapore as part of an MIT-led initiative on the Future of Urban Mobility. Full bio
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