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The Citizen Rotation Office is a speculative design proposal by Luke Sturgeon. A fictional government service was designed to highlight the results of a technocratic policy designed with data.
The everyday experience of the city is explored in-context, through immersive experience prototypes, combining mobile technologies, audio guides, digital props, improvisation actors, rented accommodation, food and transport services. The project involved multiple experiences that ranged from 45 minutes to 24 hours, placing participants within a possible future, created by extrapolating existing trends and applying online behaviours to the urban environment.
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This is a speculative design proposal by Luke Sturgeon as part of his MA Design Interactions studies at the Royal College of Art 2016. Therefore ("us", "we" , or "our" ) refers to Luke Sturgeon, who operates http://www.hmcro.org (the "website" ) and any subdomains such as http://tour.hmcro.org. This page informs you of our policies regarding the collection, use and disclosure of Personal Information we receive from users of the Site.
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