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Reimagining the City: Interventions of Digital Texts in Physical Spaces

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Titlesort descending Author Year
"Big Brother really is watching you!" Literatur in mobilen Datenräumen Beat Suter 2011
A Town as a Novel: An Interactive and Generative Literary Installation in Urban Space Jean-Pierre Balpe 2010
Augmented Reality Jay David Bolter 2014
Augmented Reality Fiction Stefan Schemat 2000
Augmented Reality Storyworlds: Building Spatial Hyperfictions in the York Future Cinema Lab Caitlin Fisher 2008
Big Brother really is watching you: Literature in mobile dataspace Beat Suter 2011
Distributed Matters: Production of Presence and the Augmented Textuality of VR Luciana Gattass 2012
Distributed Narrative: Telling Stories Across Networks Jill Walker Rettberg 2005
E-Literary Text in Nomadic Cockpit Janez Strehovec
Flâneur, a Walkthrough: Locative Literature as Participation and Play Anders Sundnes Løvlie 2012
Framing Locative Consciousness Francisco J. Ricardo 2010
Geo-locative narratives and e-lit: A Literary Positioning Laura Borràs Castanyer, Pablo Gervás, Juan B. Gutiérrez, Mark C. Marino 2010
Geolocative Storytelling Off the Map Kathi Inman Berens 2012
I like IRC & SMS Rita Raley 2008
In Urban Jungles: Literature and Locative Media Jörgen Schäfer, Peter Gendolla 2010
Light & Dust: Polyaesthetic Experiences with Locative Augmented Reality Maria Engberg 2011
Locative Audio Play Jon Hoem 2015
Locative Narrative, Literature and Form Jeremy Hight 2010
Media studies, mobile augmented reality, and interaction design Jay David Bolter, Maria Engberg, Blair MacIntyre 2013
Mobile Communication and the New Sense of Places: a Critique of Spatialization in Cyberculture André Lemos 2010
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