The first 'Playable City' competition has a shortlist of 10 innovative ideas that will ‘gamify’ Bristol, UK.

The Watershed, a cultural cinema and digital creativity center in Bristol, UK, has announced the ten shortlisted ideas for its first Playable City award. These aim to turn the city into a game-like environment for residents and visitors. Wired reports that the winning idea (judged by musician Imogen Heap, Tom Uglow from Google's Creative Lab in Sydney, and Claire Doherty of the art organisation Situations) will be installed in Bristol and its creator will receive £30,000.

Check out the 10 shortlisted ideas below:

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