Next year, the mayor of New York will announce the winner of the “Taxi of Tomorrow" competition. The winning vehicle will be the exclusive New York City taxicab for a minimum of 10 years, city officials said. Right now there are approximately 13,237 cabs on the streets of greater New York (ca. 50 Billion worldwide). Time to equip the passenger cockpit with a new and fascinating digital experience. Time to say the odd TaxiTV goodbye. Here are some sketches, respectively concept drafts:
1. At the office: Media people love to check-in everywhere. It’s no surprise that the mayor of an ad agency is actually an employee. But foursquare is for customers. How can customers ever compete with the 1500-ish something check-ins and become a mayor of a venue to receive rewards? Thanks for checking in!
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