Emperor Caesar Augustus once said: “I found Rome a city of bricks, and left it a city of marble.” But what if buildings are more than a statement of success? What if they help leaders fight crime, poverty, disease, hunger?
This is the theory of an American computer scientist, Bret Victor. He believes that governments should build ‘seeing rooms’, like NASA’s mission control centre, to provide real time data from multiple feeds.
Some governments have redeveloped the concept of the office. West Java government has built a Command Centre, which it uses as its hub to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic. The complex looks like a spaceship, and houses the digital team on site to scope out new ideas.
Join our 3D Virtual Reality Tour of the West Java Command Centre, and interact with the exhibitions.
Look out for three coloured gemstones. If you collect them you can enter our prize draw for the chance to win RP100,000 (SGD$10) in Grab Food vouchers.
Play this handy audio tour to guide you as you explore.
Join us for the Virtual Reality tour.
And now enter our prize draw.