Hiding in Plain Site
Join future urban leaders on a digitally augmented tour to reveal the hidden layers of the city. Hiding in Plain Site believes that smart cities have the empowering capability to deepen our understanding and reveal the hidden layers of the city.
Using a series of digital augmentations, including a complementary smartphone app and beacon technology, a guided tour of the city makes visible the conflict within a city that is often hidden, mediated and managed through urban public space.
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