Pool of examples

The Pool of Examples for CyberParks is a collection of material about the interaction between people, places and technologies, it is prepared on the base of the COST Action 1306 - CyberParks and on collaborative work.

The purpose of the POOL is to promote successful production of public open spaces that are inclusive and meet the people’s needs by improving knowledge exchange. In the face of this, CyberParks seek to increase the understanding of the benefits of TECHNOLOGY to ENHANCE PLACES in order to achieve an ADDED VALUE (new outdoor experiences, new possibilities of use, new types of spaces).

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  • Learning about history of places - the Upper Barrakka in Valletta, Malta

    A learner/visitor standing on the terrace close to the lift of the Upper Barrakka in Valletta, facing Senglea point across the harbour will have his/her mobile activated by GPS. Learner is prompted to follow a learning experience about the attack on Senglea point during the Great Siege.

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    Added value of technology: 
    Use of ICT as a support and challenge for new outdoor activities
    Technology applied: 
    Position informatics
    Typology of open spaces: 
    Parks and gardens
  • Virtual Depictions : San Francisco

    Virtual Depictions:San Francisco is a public art project by media artist Refik Anadol, commissioned for 350 Mission Building in San Francisco.

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    Added value of technology: 
    Enhance publicness
    Increase performance of public open spaces
    Increase the production & co-creation of public open spaces
    Technology applied: 
    Synergetic interface
    Typology of open spaces: 
    Squares
    Parks and gardens
  • Blinkenlights

    Project Blinkenlights was founded with the creation of Blinkenlights, the original interactive light installation that came to life on September 11, 2001 at Haus des Lehrers in Berlin, Germany.

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    Added value of technology: 
    Increase performance of public open spaces
    Increase the production & co-creation of public open spaces
    Technology applied: 
    Synergetic interface
    Typology of open spaces: 
    Squares
  • Aarhus by Light

    Aarhus by Light was a two-month social experiment with an interactive media facade at the Concert Hall in Aarhus, Denmark. Small, luminous creatures appeared to live in the facade. When you approached the concert hall, you entered their world, which was also a part of the city.

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    Added value of technology: 
    Increase performance of public open spaces
    Technology applied: 
    Synergetic interface
    Typology of open spaces: 
    Squares
    Parks and gardens
  • Escale Numérique

    JCDecaux and Mathieu Lehanneur won the call for projects of the City of Paris dedicated to smart furniture with Escale Numérique, a rest oasis connected and accessible to all.

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    Added value of technology: 
    Enhance publicness
    Increase performance of public open spaces
    Increase the production & co-creation of public open spaces
    Technology applied: 
    Position informatics
    Typology of open spaces: 
    Parks and gardens
    Streets
  • Musikiosk

    Musikiosk increases the use of a public space by allowing users of a park to play sound and engage in activities on a kiosk that was formerly used for orchestra music in a park.

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    Added value of technology: 
    Increase performance of public open spaces
    Technology applied: 
    Synergetic interface
    Typology of open spaces: 
    Green spaces
  • Adam Mickiewicz University Botanical Garden in Poznań

    The Botanical Gardens are a research and teaching division of Adam Mickiewicz University, with free access to the public during the opening hours.

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    Added value of technology: 
    Increase performance of public open spaces
    Use of ICT as a support and challenge for new outdoor activities
    Technology applied: 
    Position informatics
    Sensory informatics
    Typology of open spaces: 
    Outdoor sports and recreation facilities with public access
  • Free wi-fi in Public Spaces

    The Príncipe Real Garden is among the Lisbon’s most popular green spaces. It is located close to the Bairro Alto, a vibrant, trendy neighbourhood and a lively bohemian paradise for young people.

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    Added value of technology: 
    Increase performance of public open spaces
    Technology applied: 
    Position informatics
    Typology of open spaces: 
    Parks and gardens
    Squares

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