Presents research and development on urban technology, digital cities, locative media, and mobile and wireless applications. Contains research covering a diverse range of current issues in the urban informatics field.
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About the Editor.
1: Introductory Examinations.
2: Urbane–ing the City: Examining and Refining the Assumptions Behind Urban Informatics.
3: To Connect and Flow in Seoul: Ubiquitous Technologies, Urban Infrastructure and Everyday Life in the Contemporary Korean City.
4: Creating an Analytical Lens for Understanding Digital Networks in Urban South Africa.
5: Participation and Deliberation.
6: Place Making Through Participatory Planning.
7: Tex Tales: Creating Interactive Forums with Urban Publics.
8: An Event–Driven Community in Washington, DC: Forces That Influence Participation.
9: Moments and Modes for Triggering Civic Participation at the Urban Level.
10: Engagement of Urban Communities.
11: Fostering Communities in Urban Multi–Cultural Neighbourhoods: Some Methodological Reflections.
12: Beyond Safety Concerns: On the Practical Applications of Urban Neighbourhood Video Cameras.
13: The Figmentum Project: Appropriating Information and Communication Technologies to Animate Our Urban Fabric.
14: Voices from Beyond: Ephemeral Histories, Locative Media and the Volatile Interface.
15: Embedding an Ecology Notion in the Social Production of Urban Space.
16: Location, Navigation and Space.
17: Cityware: Urban Computing to Bridge Online and Real–World Social Networks.
18: Information Places: Navigating Interfaces between Physical and Digital Space.
19: A Visual Approach to Locative Urban Information.
20: Navigation Becomes Travel Scouting: The Augmented Spaces of Car Navigation Systems.
21: QyoroView: Creating a Large–Scale Street View as User–Generated Content.
22: Virtual Cities for Simulating Smart Urban Public Spaces.
23: The Neogeography of Virtual Cities: Digital Mirrors into a Recursive World.