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Digital Futures and the City of Today : New Technologies and Physical Spaces

Author: Glenda Amayo Caldwell (ed.); Carl H Smith (ed.); Edward Montgomery Clift (ed.)
Publisher: Bristol, UK : Intellect, 2016
Series: Mediated cities series
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In the contemporary city, the physical infrastructure and sensorial experiences of two millennia are now interwoven within an invisible digital matrix. This matrix alters human perceptions of the city, informs our behavior, and increasingly influences the urban designs we ultimately inhabit. "Digital futures and the city of today "cuts through these issues to analyze the work of architects, designers, media  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Glenda Amayo Caldwell (ed.); Carl H Smith (ed.); Edward Montgomery Clift (ed.)
ISBN: 9781783205608 1783205601
OCLC Number: 963858862
Description: x, 267 s. : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword: Graham CairnsIntroduction: Glenda Amayo Caldwell and Carl SmithSection One: Embedding - The digital in the physical worldChapter 1: No need to fix: Strategic inclusivity in developing and managing the smart city: Alessandro AurigiChapter 2: Reimag(in)ing the city: Street View as storyspace: Aroussiak GabrielianChapter 3: Information, communication and the digital city: Claudia Sofia Goncalves Ferreira LimaChapter 4 From the iron cage to the mediated city: Cristina Miranda de AlmeidaSection Two: Applications - The use of the digital in the everydayChapter 5: Identity management, premediation and the city: Sandra Wilson and Lilia Gomez FloresChapter 6: Urban utopics: The politics of the digital city view: Gavin Perin and Linda MatthewsChapter 7: Place, play and privacy: Exploring location-based applications and spatial experience: Melanie ChanChapter 8: Post-digital approaches to mapping memory, heritage and identity in the city: Georgios Artopoulos and Nikolas BakirtzisChapter 9: Responsive transport environments: System thinking as a method to combine media architecture into a digital ecology to improve public transport: M. Hank HaeuslerSection Three: Studies and trials - Examples of community uses of digital technologiesChapter 10: Digital urban health and security: NYC's got an app for that: Kristen ScottChapter 11: Explorations of an urban intervention management system: A reflection on how to deal with urban complex systems and deliver dynamic change: Marta A. G. Miguel, Richard Laing and Quazi Mahtab ZamanChapter 12: Innovative urban mobility shaped by users through pervasive information and communication technologies: Marco Zilvetti, Matteo Conti and Fausto BreviChapter 13: Blurring the physical boundaries of the city: Media architecture and urban informatics for community engagement: Glenda Amayo Caldwell and Mirko GuaraldaEpilogue : Edward M. CliftNotes on ContributorsIndex
Series Title: Mediated cities series

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In the contemporary city, the physical infrastructure and sensorial experiences of two millennia are now interwoven within an invisible digital matrix. This matrix alters human perceptions of the  Read more...

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