One of the winning projects from Making Future Work combines digital technology with biometrics to create prototypes which investigate the emergence of the 'smart-city.'

IBI trying Town Crier, a device which recognises and reads geo-tagged tweets through a megaphone

Last week, I was telling you about Le Cadavre Exquis, an interactive installation commissioned Making Future Work. This Nottingham-based initiative that called for artists, designers and organisations based in East Midlands to submit proposals that would respond to four distinct areas of practice: Co creation / Online Space, Pervasive Gaming / Urban Screens, Re-imaging Redundant Systems and Live Cinema / 3D.

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