Wild Cities

Last year I walked 1,686km across all of the UK’s national parks and cities. On my head I wore an EEG that recorded six different emotions as I explored different kinds of places. Working with Cisco and National Geographic, the purpose of the Wild Cities project was to see how people, places, things, technology and nature can be better connected to improve quality of life. I’m now working with mapping software company ESRI to analyse of 5 million geo-located data collections and hope to have some results to share soon.

You can read more about my experiences on the Wild Cities blog and see insights on the map of places I crossed.

The project had great coverage across the BBC as well as other UK and international channels. It also featured in the press, including Time Out London.