Engaging new digital locals with interactive urban screens to collaboratively improve the city

@inproceedings{Schroeter2012EngagingND,
  title={Engaging new digital locals with interactive urban screens to collaboratively improve the city},
  author={Ronald Schroeter},
  booktitle={CSCW},
  year={2012}
}
Local governments struggle to engage time poor and seemingly apathetic citizens, as well as the city's young digital natives, the digital locals. This project aims at providing a lightweight, technological contribution towards removing the hierarchy between those who build the city and those who use it. We aim to narrow this gap by enhancing people's experience of physical spaces with digital, civic technologies that are directly accessible within that space. This paper presents the findings of… CONTINUE READING
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