DIY City 0.01a is an early-stage prototype for a future mass-participation performance
developed in a 2-week collaboration with Special Moves.
In the project, the very streets themselves, and the buildings that look upon them,
become the canvas for an urban-scale three-dimensional projection.
It’s a graphical environmental where people are given the power and control over their habitat by reimagining and redesigning the spaces of their city in real-time, and all of this through a mobile interface.
People we’re able to create and change the exterior of the urban spaces where they live in a playful and simple way. The controller was simply through a mobile interface so it felt like what you created and imagined at that moment close to you could be then instantly be translated onto a lager scale.