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Title: Affective Cities
Author: Fran Castillo, Óscar Marín Miró (Spain)
Synopsis: An affective geometry emerges from the city, helping us to understand better the city dynamics and interactions.
Author: Juan Carlos Carvajal Bermúdez (Colombia)
Synopsis: Three urban interventions, like bicycle parades, in the city of Zaragoza. Each bike carries a lighting device which can generate patterns and interactions between the participants.
Title: Callejero Jotero (Stree Map Jotero)
Author: Students of CEIP La Jota (Zaragoza, Spain)
Synopsis: This project tries to link the most traditional identity of the Aragon culture like Aragon’s folklore, with the use of, at present, one of the most avant-garde extensions of information digital technology like the QR codes.
Title: Capacities: Life in the Emergent City
Author: Stanza (UK)
Synopsis: An interactive installation which turns data into a electronic city.
Title: City Beat Project
Authors: Mina Arko (Slovenia), Ben Dromey (Ireland) and Jari Suominen (Finland)
Synopsis: This installation transforms city data (noise polution, traffic, population density etc.) that represents the hustle and bustle of the city centre into a tactile interface/interfaces somewhere in the city.
Títle: City in the City
Authors: Alan Dunning and Paul Woodrow (Canada)
Synopsis: A new way to remapping the city by changing the way it is seen and felt.
Author: Suguro Goto
Synopsis: A kinetic sculpture and sound installation
Title: Do you want to play?
Author: Raquel Kogan (Brasil)
Synopsis: This project questions how do machines perform in the process of man / man interaction.
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