As I'm looking at the Social Technologies pavilion, I have no idea how it can fight crime, but the idea of using architecture to instill safety in dubious environments is a rather interesting concept. This project essentially utilizes digital tools to identify guilty individuals.
Conceived by students from the Department of Architecture and Design at Aalborg University, the Social Technologies project works in collaboration with the Danish National Crime preventing council, sociologists,media artists, architects, and CNC manufacturing companies.
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