A UK artist is bringing a 90-meter chute to the hilly streets of Bristol.
Bristol Library has installed a moving book sculpture that reacts to people passing by it.
City dwellers in Bristol can interact with urban objects and infrastructure that can then converse with city systems to manage traffic.
Hello Lamp Post! will allow users to interact with inanimate public objects.
The first 'Playable City' competition has a shortlist of 10 innovative ideas that will ‘gamify’ Bristol, UK.
Nom Nom in Bristol, England uses an innovative application of social media tools.
Scottish whiskey company Ballantine's turns to its Facebook fans and three talented artists to conduct a real-time experiment, known as a Human API.
Mobile Pie have combined game mechanics and open data into a social gaming platform which encourages engagement with real world information.
Recently published information affords map enhancement which illuminates under-appreciated obstacles like cobblestones and hills.