Black neon experiment: 5 years from now

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technology[edit]

technology ideas

ar vector overlays

drone

phone exact size and shape of credit card but glass

phones still prevailent

robot service things, service bots, cleaning street, delivery mail drone pizza delivery youtube clip amazon drone delivery testing youtube clip

sight[edit]

sight ideas

ar nightclub signage, people pulling up in robot users uber's self driving trucks

nature overtaking the urban

desaturated sky post storm

sunken pavement

black and white

digital traces of dead people

live data visualised

black neon

goat, apartments [abandoned], old lady, overgrowth

smell[edit]

smell ideas

wind morning trees

rotting crops

country leaked into the city

dusty

less than now (smell)

artificial scent

location[edit]

location ideas

pot holed rough

kellerberrin (wheat belt)

urban

night club

night time

rural

uninhabited

tarmac

corner of william and vincent st facing the city

sound[edit]

sound ideas

no people

hum of drones

one bird

where has everyone gone?

electric machines workers

wind goat distant traffic (later) thumping bass glitch

feeling[edit]

feeling ideas

but not alone

unsettling

excitement survivalist

death by nature

in a john carpenter movie

do not need to leave the house

social[edit]

social ideas

retreating inwards

veil of safety

political[edit]

political ideas

borders are down

“I see a whole generation/ freefalling toward a borderless future/ incredible mixtures beyond science fiction cholo punks, irish concheros, high tech mariarchies, indian rockers and anglosandanistas. i see them all wandering around a continent with no name…” Guillermo Gomez-Pena [1]


city states

"As cities grow, they obey certain rules. Urban, social and economic phenomena become more intensive with city size. And most importantly, as West and his colleague Luis Bettencourt have argued, cities are social reactors. The more people who live in one place, the easier it is to facilitate human interactions, the exchange of ideas and creative collaborations."... brexit and the rise of the city [2]

Taking the long view, nation-states are a recent invention in human history. To summarize the bulk of an undergraduate politics module in a sentence or two, nation-states as we know them were directly preceded by kingdoms and empires that spanned large geographic territories and encompassed various cultural and ethnic groups who, while recognizing themselves as subjects of the empire, did not share a sense of collective identity. With the nation-state came formal borders, centralized administration, a unified economy, and in cultural terms a sense of “nationhood.” The idea — albeit contested, even today — was that the citizens of the state constituted one people...[3]

the world city hypothosis, john friedman..[4]

environmental[edit]

environment ideas

mining asteroids for minerals

Near-Earth asteroids are much closer energetically to Earth, than even our own moon, making them the perfect targets for our asteroid prospecting and minings missions. Asteroids are primordial material left over from the formation of the Solar System. They are scattered throughout it: some pass close to the Sun, and others are found out beyond the orbit of Neptune. A vast majority have been collected by Jupiter’s gravity into a belt between it and Mars – an area known as the Main Belt. As it turns out, astronomers have been discovering thousands of asteroids that do not belong to the Main Belt, but instead pass near Earth’s orbit – more than 11,000 to date, with over a thousand more discovered every year. [5]

mining asteroids

botanic plant life reclaiming the city

The first Palestinian eco-village is coming to life in Farkha. Here, the agronomist Saad Dagher has found a community to make a shared dream come true: to live autonomously and in harmony with nature... [6]

economic[edit]

economic ideas

cultural[edit]

cultural ideas

curated news