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  Gaudi and Augmented Reality. A cheap smartphone with AR apps was our friendly guide at Casa Batlló. Technology is changing the way we travel, adding new layers of experience to places with centuries of history. As virtual merges with real, how will the city design and architecture evolve?
Gaudi and Augmented Reality. A cheap smartphone with AR apps was our friendly guide at Casa Batlló. Technology is changing the way we travel, adding new layers of experience to places with centuries of history. As virtual merges with real, how will the city design and architecture evolve?
  The Moon always had an aura of magic around it. In pagan legends, its influence is tied to the flows of energy Tides. Those who have the intuition to perceive their currents, possess occult powers. During the Full Moon the Tides are the highest, and all the Wizards gather to cast the most powerful spells they know.
The Moon always had an aura of magic around it. In pagan legends, its influence is tied to the flows of energy Tides. Those who have the intuition to perceive their currents, possess occult powers. During the Full Moon the Tides are the highest, and all the Wizards gather to cast the most powerful spells they know.
  Since the first neon bulb was produced in 1910, street advertising has never been the same. Business owners quickly sized the opportunity to woo customers with bright signs over their stores. In Japan, the streets covered in vivid fluorescence became an iconic part of the city landscape. The fist neon ad in Tokyo went up in 1957 to announce the name of the new tech upstart Sony. Soon, the skyscrapers of Ginza, Shinjuku and Shibuya were ablaze with colours. Today, the bright lights of Tokyo inspire travelers and futurists, photographers and urban planners. They are the new vibrant art of the modern urban life.
Since the first neon bulb was produced in 1910, street advertising has never been the same. Business owners quickly sized the opportunity to woo customers with bright signs over their stores. In Japan, the streets covered in vivid fluorescence became an iconic part of the city landscape. The fist neon ad in Tokyo went up in 1957 to announce the name of the new tech upstart Sony. Soon, the skyscrapers of Ginza, Shinjuku and Shibuya were ablaze with colours. Today, the bright lights of Tokyo inspire travelers and futurists, photographers and urban planners. They are the new vibrant art of the modern urban life.
  With over 1200 skyscrapers, Hong Kong is the most vertical city in the world. Its horizon started to swell in 1960s, when financial institutions proclaimed their wealth with grand high-rises. In 1970s the city began reclaiming land from the sea and settling the new Wan Chai and Causeway Bay districts with giant towers. Some of the most iconic buildings such as Jardines House were built in this period. Over the years, Hong Kong added hundreds of skyscrapers, melding them into one of the most beautiful city skylines. Today, people come to the Avenue of Stars to marvel at this vibrant city, reaching ever higher into heavens.
With over 1200 skyscrapers, Hong Kong is the most vertical city in the world. Its horizon started to swell in 1960s, when financial institutions proclaimed their wealth with grand high-rises. In 1970s the city began reclaiming land from the sea and settling the new Wan Chai and Causeway Bay districts with giant towers. Some of the most iconic buildings such as Jardines House were built in this period. Over the years, Hong Kong added hundreds of skyscrapers, melding them into one of the most beautiful city skylines. Today, people come to the Avenue of Stars to marvel at this vibrant city, reaching ever higher into heavens.
  Quality of a product, service or pretty much anything in life is an illusive concept that is hard to put a finger on. The recipe seems clear – use state-of-the-art components, follow the latest consumer trends, apply successful business practices, and you are guaranteed to produce a hit. Things however are not that simple. Whether in tech, city planning, advertising or any other industry, we see time and again that a great product is much more than just a sum of its parts.  Product Design, User Experience and Advertising  https://2footsteps.world/stories/uidesign
Quality of a product, service or pretty much anything in life is an illusive concept that is hard to put a finger on. The recipe seems clear – use state-of-the-art components, follow the latest consumer trends, apply successful business practices, and you are guaranteed to produce a hit. Things however are not that simple. Whether in tech, city planning, advertising or any other industry, we see time and again that a great product is much more than just a sum of its parts. Product Design, User Experience and Advertising https://2footsteps.world/stories/uidesign
  As cities grow and evolve, age adds layers of architecture to streets, like rings to a tree. Over time, styles weave and blend together, creating eclectic structures, such as the Nipponkoa Bashamichi building in Yokohama. The new embraces the old, antique absorbs modernity, and both rush down the sidewalk with the motley crowds, so typical of our energetic century.
As cities grow and evolve, age adds layers of architecture to streets, like rings to a tree. Over time, styles weave and blend together, creating eclectic structures, such as the Nipponkoa Bashamichi building in Yokohama. The new embraces the old, antique absorbs modernity, and both rush down the sidewalk with the motley crowds, so typical of our energetic century.
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