The designer Jonathan Moriot Bonacorsi presented at Maker Faire Paris Loopa, a curious ovoid memory-based sculpture developed with the Parisian fablab Maker/Seine. The object can be placed more or less anywhere provided there is Wi-Fi. It allows you to store images and all sorts of multimedia content left by visitors like a localised social network. Totally autonomous, the object reacts through a large collection of captors depending on its interactions with the public that can choose to leave a trace – or not – of its presence via their smartphones. One of the practical implementation possibilities for it could be… saving the cultural heritage. First target: the pont des Arts in danger of collapsing in Paris because of millions of padlocks hanging from its guardrails. The Parisian city councillors plan to issue a call for project to find a solution. Loopa is among the candidates.