25 publications matching keyword "Usagers"
01/30/2017 - 19:35
According to Hartmut Rosa, mobility no longer refers to space but to the time required to travel across that space. The ever-present display systems at train stations tend to reinforce that very same perception of travel time as an objective, a measurable length of time, rather than a feeling wherein each duration is variable. This experimental project, led by artist-researchers at EnsadLab, aims at reintroducing a subjective relation to time and place at train stations by means of interactive hourglasses.
06/10/2014 - 10:20
05/27/2014 - 10:14
Seduction is a key dimension of engineering today. When we develop a new transport system, we need to focus on more than just its technical performance - we need think about how users are likely to perceive it. Vincent Kaufmann explains what we can learn from Geneva.
05/12/2014 - 18:56
04/29/2014 - 10:42
04/25/2014 - 18:47
Despite being 3,000 kilometres apart, a French intellectual and a representative of the Tallinn European Union Office come together to discuss a question which both believe to be crucial for the future: the need for free public transport.
04/15/2014 - 10:15
04/10/2014 - 14:23
The objective of this project, led by Vincent Kaufmann and Emmanuel Ravalet, is to develop a simple, functional index for measuring motility in a variety of territories. This standard index will help in assessing and guiding mobility and regional development policies. The results are expected in April 2015.
03/18/2014 - 10:54
People approach their travel time in various ways as time budgets for transportation increase. When it comes to choosing a means of transport, travel time in itself takes a back seat to the way in which people perceive time spent commuting and the type of activity in which they engage during the journey, explains Stéphanie Vincent-Geslin.
03/17/2014 - 19:29
Tokyo Counter-Currents is a three-month photography campaign, beginning with the slowness of the Trans-Siberian railway and ending in the frenzy of Tokyo. Led by photographer Sylvie Bonnot, the project aims to capture the unique choreography of Japanese crowds in built urban spaces. Discover her work on our virtual gallery: Artistic Lab.