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Underground Aesthetics: Rethinking Urban Computing

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An ethnographic study and a design proposal for a situated music-exchange application suggest how explicitly foregrounding the experiential qualities of urban life can help rethink urban computing design. In this article, through reflection on the ethnographic study results and the undersound design, how an aesthetic account of urban life might be the basis of designs that support not only an individual but also a collective experience of the city is explored.

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IEEE Pervasive Computing  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 3 )