The ‘Sustainable Urban Governance through Augmented Reality’ (SUGAR) research project invites members of the public that would like to participate in its ‘Living Lab’ workshop. The ‘Living Lab’ will be engaged in brainstorming and ideation activities that aim to inform and influence the direction of the project. The duration of the activities will be approximately 2 hours. Date and location will be announced at a later date.If interested complete the following form by 30th of April 2019: https://forms.gle/T76CAG8hP8tFdTjc8
DATE/TIME: Tuesday 18/06/2019 15:00-17:00
LOCATION: Department of Architecture, University of Cyprus, Ledras Street, First Floor
The Living Lab will involve the case study of the Cathedral in Paphos public park.
The Sustainable Urban Governance through Augmented Reality (SUGAR) project aims to develop innovative best-practice protocols and guidelines on Sustainable Urban Governance and specifically Public Participation through Augmented Reality. SUGAR aims to empower both citizens that seek ways to participate in the decision-making process for the design of their cities and neighbourhoods and stakeholders that would like to involve the public actively in the process of shaping their environment creating a lasting and meaningful impact.
The 12-month project has received funding from the Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation research and innovation programme and builds a partnership between the Cyprus University of Technology (Social Computing Research Centre), University of Cyprus (Department of Architecture) and Harvard University (Graduate School of Design and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences).