Via Inhabitat: The IBM THINK exhibition features mobile apps, videos, and a 123 foot-long Data Wall reflecting real-time air quality data from sites throughout Manhattan.
The interactive panels also demonstrate technological sensors currently used to measure our production, consumption, travel, and almost anything else possible. Simulations of viruses spreading, weather predicting algorithms, microscopes and clocks show that the systems can be used and adapted to create a more livable, safer, and more efficient and sustainable world.
Viewers can also watch interviews with heavyweight speakers from the IBM Think Forum in New York including IBM CEO Sam Palmisano, the King of Jordan, and the Presidents of Mexico and the Philippines.
And what is any technological exhibition without the inclusion of social media? Visitors are encouraged to leave their own comments and insight via Facebook, Twitter, dig, delicious and even LinkedIn, building a community dialogue toward a sustainable future.
Read more: IBM’s Interactive THINK Exhibit Uses Real Time Data to Measure NYC’s Traffic, Air Quality & More | Inhabitat New York City
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