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  • Call for Papers

    October 8, 2019 by

    Smart cities can be described as places where physical environments are combined with information technology to rectify socio-economic and environmental issues. While this might be the case, for the most part scholarly attention has focused on the technologies used to construct these environments. What is missing from these discussions is a deeper engagement with the… Read more

  • Location-based games list

    October 21, 2019 by

    ARQuake (Wearable Computer Lab, 1999) Geocaching (Dave Ulmer, 2000) The Beast (Microsoft, 2001) Can You See Me Now? (Blast Theory, 2001) Botfighters (It’s Alive, 2001) Mogi, Item Hunt (Newt Games, 2003) Big Urban Game (Nick Fortugno, Frank Lantz, Katie Salen, 2003) Demor (Bartiméus, 2003) The Songs of the North (Petri Lankoski & colleagues, 2003) PacManhattan (Frank Lantz & students, 2004) Alien Revolt (M1nd Corporation, 2005) Shoot… Read more

  • Who are the organizers of the workshop?

    October 9, 2019 by

    Konstantinos Papangelis Dr. Papangelis is an Assistant Professor at the University of Liverpool in the UK and Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University in China. Dr. Papangelis did his M.Sc, in Human-Computer Interaction at Lancaster University (UK), and his Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Aberdeen (UK). He is a fellow of The Royal Society for… Read more

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