Sensory matters & mobility of care

Topic Transport patterns & user needs

The UK hub would like to propose a exploration of sensory landscapes (auditory and visual) for the benefit of travellers with neurodiverse conditions and their carers. Can this noise filtering be achieved such that transport hubs can be calmer and quieter spaces to ease anxiety? Or would certain sound frequencies and colours improve their experience?

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3 years ago

This is a really interesting concept. Perhaps we could all contribute our local hub soundscape, short pieces of audio that let us hear the local environment and hear the different meaning that mindfulness has for each of us?

We could introduce the sounds that we enjoy hearing in more rural environments to the business of cities and towns. Equally we could flip the perspective - what about hearing the sounds of a busy environment, if we are uncomfortable with a quiet space?


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