If you’ve been globe trotting then you can very well identify with the woes of not having appropriate information centers in public in many countries. Things get worse when the citizens of that foreign land give a cold shoulder to a lost or confused tourist. James Hague seems to be aware of such situations and hence came up with a Green Public Information Center. Without many frills and any grills, this capsule like structure is designed to inform public (citizens as well as tourists) of the events, whereabouts and activities happening in the vicinity. Befitted with a web cam on its crown, it is able to render live web streaming of street events like carnivals, etc. With the help of internet, the citizens too can watch the street entertainment from the comfort of their own home.
Providing a credit card sized printouts of any information needed, users can take the printed info along with them for further assistance. And its not only the green color of the module that lends it a green name. These printout cards are recyclable and adds on to its green image. I’m sure there’s more to this green well-thought-of product for public assistance. But as of yet this is all that I can deliver.