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A project by Claire Mucchielli

The project is about notions of memory and transmission of heritage or legacy. A person constitutes a heritage of information and can bequeath it to anyone. Here, there is no family jewel but emotional heritage is contained in an element digital key chosen by the legatee. For example, the alignment of GPS coordinates on a place plus a special key will unlock legacy content. This key may be a photograph, a smell, a sound that the recipient should convene within the mobile application of the service to access the digital memory of the deceased.
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A project by Ève-Lise Kern and Cheng Peng

This tools proposes a set of communications services for museums and cultural institutions. Based on the synergy and social activities of visitors from inside and outside an exhibition. The institution that hosts the event allows them to interact using their smartphones. They can respond, comment or share courses, organize games of tracks, etc. as they could do in a discussion group or a digital social network but whose perimeter was delimited by the context. Look at an use case poster (.PDF file) Look at some pictures of the project


A project by Camille Rodriguès and Marie Yin

The project Ici (Here) adopts the principle and functions of a neighborhood association, on the digital way. Newcomers of a district may discover the services and features of their neighborhood in real life but can also share information on a dedicated network. With time of their residence and involvement, they can become actors or ambassadors by a system of participatory rewards. It is the localized geographical context of a specific area that bounds this social network. The service is intended to be multi-devices but only the mobile application is actually designed. Look at an use case poster (.PDF file) Look at an use case video

Voisins 2.0

A project by Caroline Chauvelot and Clémentine d’Abbundo

This project is about neighbouring. It is a network for share objects, limited by an area. Newcomers of a building are offered this service to register, identify themselves and thus to participate in this restricted social network in which they list and classify their belongings through their smartphones. Then, they can lend.
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A project by Baptiste Poligné and Zoé Sylvestre

Pixys is an object lying between the compass and the orientation map hosted by identification and localization of unusual event in a near area. User can identify an event it deems interesting or follow on its object the direction towards an event reported by others. The valid events are subject to a system of participatory rewards to earn badges or medals, then displayed on the object when it is placed in a vertical position and used as pins or pendant.
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A project by Mathieu Bernardis and Kevin Zanin

This project aims to be a platform and a tool of planned movie session, with friends. The user group organise its "private screening session" in which they will be able to interact using their smartphone (or Tablet). The timeline is used to attach short comments, boos or impressions that are archived on this timeline which, in turn, can be shared as it.
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