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id 2005_383
authors Ebert, Oliver, Schoenemann, Patrick and Lenhart, Michael
year 2005
title Cityscape Computing System
source Digital Design: The Quest for New Paradigms [23nd eCAADe Conference Proceedings / ISBN 0-9541183-3-2] Lisbon (Portugal) 21-24 September 2005, pp. 383-389
summary The central feature of the project is the development of a computer and its interfaces to simulate urban space and, in the context of an intermedia city tour, to allow citizens to creatively influence their urban space by manipulating media structures at chosen points throughout the city. A master plan is set up to re-cultivate public spaces and points of architectural focus. The city reacts interactively to the commands. A dialog is created between user and public space. The tour route is an open structure which can be expanded at any time. Via interfaces the user activates a reaction in the real city by making changes to the virtual model. This results in a dynamic space, a communication based on the results of this transformation. The user interface allows an information transfer between real people and virtual space. Virtual reality then reacts to the input by transferring that information back to reality. The direct influence on the architecture is effected by a media-transformer. It projects an additional perception level on to reality while monitoring the data via various analysis interfaces.
keywords Interactive Urbanism; Media Installation; Human-Computer-Interaction
series eCAADe
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100%; open Yu-Tung Liu (2003) Find in CUMINCAD Diversifying Digital Architecture , 2003 Feidad Award, Birkhäuser, Basel, p 156

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