Polis is the city with infinite space where people can have a face to face collaboration from a distance, as they were in the same place. This is than...ks to the VR helmet that captures the face of the user and projects it in a virtual reality environment. Where users collaborate.Hemosy is a VR helmet that covers the entirety of your head. In the inside there are sets of cameras and microphones that capture your face and project it as a 3D video in Polis. Please read more here: Hemosy Polis is a virtual reality platform designed to function an grow as a city, because cities grow by agglomeration, gathering resources, incentives to bring highly educated people together. To learn from each other.1)People enrolled the university to get high paying jobs, or open their own start up.2)This attracted big corporation looking for specialized workers and specialized companies. This leads to lower cost for companies.3)This leads to high productivity and very high salaries and standard of living.4)This leads to more people moving to the city. That by now is a cluster, just like New York in 2000s.The cost of living on campus and
obtaining a degree is too high for many students. It is putting them in
significant debt and forcing others to avoid higher studies altogether.
High paying jobs require higher
education but the educational system of today was designed over 70 years ago.
Cost of living in Zurich for 4 years:
CHF 78,520. USA : US$41,950In 2018, HEPI published a report
entitled “Where student fees go”. Cost analysis were
performed on several UK University: “The figures suggest most universities spend
55% to 60% on non-teaching related activities. The main sources of
•Fees from University for use of Campus
research, collaboration and education.
•Fees from non University entities
to have access to the Campus
E.g. tutors, Counsellors, start up coaches.
•Corporate sponsorship and
•Fees from sales of digital goods: clothes,
pre-order the hardware through the institutions