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  • Digital 'twins' help model healthier cities post-corona
  • Digital 'twins' help model healthier cities post-corona
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Digital 'twins' help model healthier cities post-corona

The spread of COVID-19 has made poorly designed urban spaces feel more like health hazards than simply eyesores. To prevent future crises, urban planners are turning to VR tech such as digital 'twins' and visual data mapping, showing how virtual replicas can shape cities into future-proof spaces. 

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