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Investigations in Robotic Urbanism

Rediscovering Urban Space through Interactive, Data Driven Installations

Wit, Andrew John; Bussiere, Simon;

Resumo:

This paper examines the redefinition of public urban space through the evaluation and implementation of a series of globally interconnected interactive & robotic kiosks. Through the utilization and deciphering of relevant urban data, “Public Sphere” creates a new tangible layer within the urban fabric accessed through local and global reactive interfaces that engage the “contemporary” urban dweller with a network of urban ecologies that had previously remained hidden or overlooked. Through a series of studies examining the relationship between “Users, Robot & Global Network”, this paper outlines the processes and inquiries that inform the current location of this ongoing research.

Resumo:

This paper examines the redefinition of public urban space through the evaluation and implementation of a series of globally interconnected interactive & robotic kiosks. Through the utilization and deciphering of relevant urban data, “Public Sphere” creates a new tangible layer within the urban fabric accessed through local and global reactive interfaces that engage the “contemporary” urban dweller with a network of urban ecologies that had previously remained hidden or overlooked. Through a series of studies examining the relationship between “Users, Robot & Global Network”, this paper outlines the processes and inquiries that inform the current location of this ongoing research.

Palavras-chave: Big Data, Internet of Things, Urbanism, Interactive environments, Robotics,

Palavras-chave: Big Data, Internet of Things, Urbanism, Interactive environments, Robotics,

DOI: 10.5151/despro-sigradi2015-sp20112

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Como citar:

Wit, Andrew John; Bussiere, Simon; "Investigations in Robotic Urbanism", p. 761-766 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2015.
ISSN 2318-6968, ISBN: 978-85-8039-136-7
DOI 10.5151/despro-sigradi2015-sp20112

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