The Instabooth

Glenda Amayo Caldwell, Mirko Guaralda, Jared Donovan, Markus Rittenbruch, Michael P. Molloy, Severine Mayere, Sukanlaya Sawang, Marcus Foth

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Abstract

The InstaBooth is a portable demountable interactive installation for situated community engagement. Its aim is to give a voice to communities who can share their thoughts and ideas in an unstructured and playful way that combines digital technology with tangible materials. It is constructed from standard CNC-cut plywood stock and plans for its construction are available for others to download and use. Its modular design accommodates a range of bespoke interactive technologies, both analogue and digital, designed to facilitate the engagement process by providing means to present different materials and offer different ways to collect feedback. The appearance and interactions of the booth are designed to appeal to different demographics and foster an interactive discussion about a range of different topics such as change management, policy development, and urban planning.
Original languageEnglish
JournalCreative Work
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • Community consultation, Urban planning

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    Caldwell, G. A., Guaralda, M., Donovan, J., Rittenbruch, M., Molloy, M. P., Mayere, S., ... Foth, M. (2015). The Instabooth. Creative Work.