Citywide: Supporting Interactive Digital Experiences Across Physical Space

@article{Izadi2002CitywideSI,
  title={Citywide: Supporting Interactive Digital Experiences Across Physical Space
},
  author={Shahram Izadi and Mike Fraser and Steve Benford and Martin Flintham and Chris Greenhalgh and Tom Rodden and Holger Schn{\"a}delbach},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
  year={2002},
  volume={6},
  pages={290-298}
}
Abstract: The Citywide project is exploring ways in which technology can provide people with rich and engaging digital experiences as they move through physical space, including historical experiences, performances and games. This paper describes some initial results and experiences with this project based upon two prototype demonstrators. In the first, we describe an application in which a search party explores an archaeological site, uncovering enacted scenes within the virtual world that are… CONTINUE READING

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