On June 6, 2011 National Building Museum will convene a one-day forum to explore the intersection of data, technology, and cities.
Interactive presentations throughout the day will explore such topics as: What Makes an Intelligent City? The City as a Lab. Engaging the Broader Community. Regionally Thinking: Transportation, Affordability, and Equity. Imagining a Healthier City. Community and Social Interaction in the Wireless City. Designing a Collaborative Built Environment.
The 24 Hour City Project is a wild experiment to hack the city.
Drawing on the talents of artists, architects, technologists, and entrepreneurs we will be running a rapid 24hr urban hackathon at the National Building Museum on Sunday June 5 to reveal the relationships between the built environment and technology.
Open to the public 11:30am – 4:30pm, 401 F Street NW, Washington DC. Come join the fun!