Earlier this year applied research institute Fraunhofer IAO and Hessischer Rundfunk from Germany in collaboration with (among others) the Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Senseable City Lab presented a future vision of urban transportation. This was a virtual reality (VR) experience called A Ride in 2049, which then asked users to take a survey, revealing the differences between the two nations.
A Ride in 2049 was taken on a six-month tour of automotive and community events across the US and Europe, with over 1,000 guests taking the survey. Results found that participants are keen on future transportation to be mainly emission-free, less
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