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Happi2

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Helen Acton

on 28 September 2012

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Transcript of Happi2

www.happiciti.com www.take the city.co.uk www.revolutionary journeys.co.uk Preferences
Locations
Dates
Imagine Discussions
Forums
Poetry Online Gallery Out in the street Scan it! Free App http://gettag.mobi Photos
Video
Sounds
Text www.takethecity.co.uk The data Creative
Experience Poetry Innovation
Heritage
Surprising
Green
River links to:
Other artworks
Exhibitions
Events WAM WON Audio stories Local Journeys Data Connected by footpaths and cycle routes Connecting local cultural assets using contextual location based media to reach and engage new audiences as part of creative crowd sourcing and place making initiatives along footpaths and cycle routes. Connected to all public realm projects as part of creative consultation processes
and ongoing design of the city Using GIS, social and sensory media Show the value of the public realm as essential to the social dynamic of the city and it's cultural offer New audiences Deeper understanding Indentity New experiences of the city Crowd sourcing Ownership Contribution to the design process Place Making Perception changes of spaces
Influence on behavior in spaces by local people for visitors Auto dissemination
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