Visionary Art: Interactive Architecture | Carlo Ratti

Technology is increasingly enabling physical artefacts to adapt to the changing needs of individuals around them. Architect and engineer Carlo Ratti, the director of MIT’s SENSEable City Lab, introduces examples including reconfigurable tables, heating and lighting systems that customise according to where individuals go in a building, and 360-degree projections.

Architecture that senses and responds:

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