Toyen is infested with smart technology in the year 2100. People in the multicultural district, which has a population of over 100,000 people, rely on translation apps to communicate and voting apps to make decisions through smart-driven direct democracy. The Munch Museum returned to this cultural hub of Oslo in the 22nd century, and the district owns 100-story skyscrapers that provide housing and basic income to the city’s growing population. People who live here have an easy life of robotic service and leisure. Your mobile device is crucial as you can pay for your groceries and at the same time have a say in how the district is governed and actively participate in policy decisions.