HCU Hamburg | DIGITAL URBANISM | AUGMENTED URBAN REALITY
What happens with the public space currently occupied by parking cars, when the self driving cars of the (not so far) future will return it to the public?
The solutions and ideas needed to be presented in 360° in Google Street View (or in Facebook 360 VR) scenarios that allowd the audience to explore and share. A seminar at the HCU, the Architecture School in the Hamburg Hafencity district, the biggest building site in Europe, and also the future home of the first public selfdriving busses in Germany..
Some of the students are future Architects, others city planners or ingeneers or geomatic specialists. This is the reason the presentation requirements needed to be learneable quickly (360° photography, scene handling in google street view, etc.).
Winter 2017 | 2018 | DIGITAL URBANISM
The assignment for this second iteration included not only the development of ideas and solutions for the new space but also put some additional focus on the sharing and presenting of the outcome. The solutions where implemented (as 360° scenarios) in Google Street View. This way they can be shared with the public..
Mervenur Türk, Nuno Amaro, Vitali Bosch
Outlink, a virtual space that allows to publish social media feeds in the reality. Aim is to help people get in touch with one another more easily, at a defined location, a location based social media experience.
EXPLORE COMPLETE SCENE ON GOOGLE STREET VIEW > .
Hassibulah Assif, Nick Dimke, David Lüken, Lean Schmidt
The first Seminar under the name Augmented Urbanism was more focused on using the freed space for more active purposes.. Bikelanes are a reoccuring element, maybe also because of the visit of the ADFC in the seminar.
The Hotspot in front of the Main Train station allows to show different perspetives. United by 3 Velorouten it is an ideal spot for a Repair and gathering spot of bike urbanisti.
Harburg is a district in the outer areas of Hamburg, with a high diversity of nationalities. The market in the center of Harburg has to reflect different points of view, and tries to find a shared ground.
The space under the Hochbahn (the metro of Hamburg) is ideal for outdoor activities, since it is covered from the often wet climate. It is also very close to the center, and a mix of sports activities with lunch coffee and catering invites the working crowd to an alternative lunch brake.