Virtual Reality and Digital Simulation in Mobility

As part of the outcome of one of our recent research projects, we are testing the impact of Digital Creative Methods such as Virtual Reality, Digital Simulations and Game Modelling for Kenyan (African) Streets. This follows data collection that accounted for land uses, various transport modes (even bodaboda's) and an attempt at looking at human … Continue reading Virtual Reality and Digital Simulation in Mobility

Media Article: Islands of Wealth in a Sea of Slums

An interesting article that explains what some of us perceive of the various satellite cities coming up in our metropolitan region. Perspectives from Constant Cap, Prof Alfred Omenya, PS Charles Hinga and Tatu City Developer Nick Langford. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-kenya-land-housing/islands-of-wealth-in-a-sea-of-slums-kenya-divided-over-satellite-cities-idUSKCN1QZ0RG

i-cmiist: Equitable Street Space in the City

East African Urban planners, creative experts, researchers, and urban enthusiasts have been conducting studies on Implementing Creative Methodological Innovations for Sustainable Transport Planning. The Nairobi team focused on Ring Road Kilimani and Luthuli Avenue, with focus was on improving the Non Motorized Transit use experience. Creative methods like participatory mapping, photography, virtual reality, infographics, street modelling, videography, … Continue reading i-cmiist: Equitable Street Space in the City