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We are developing a suite of media experiences to introduce visitors to the rich cultural and economic history of Auburn Avenue. From about 1900 to 1960, Auburn Avenue was the center of African-American cultural and economic life in the city. The street also played a key role in the civil rights movement. From the 1960s on, the street suffered decline, and the local community disintegrated because of a range of social, economic, and urban planning factors.
We are living in a multitasking society. We are experiencing an unprecedented level of sensory and cognitive overload, in which we have too many things going on at once, making us more likely to be absentminded. How to involve technology in promoting mindfulness and making it part of the process of achieving it is the question we need to answer in this project.
Social media have come to empower social movements across the world. One of the shared conditions that prompt people to turn to computing infrastructures is the collapse or inattention of established institutions to address the physical, social, and cultural conditions of oppression or insecurity. It is within this context that we examined the particular conditions in and around Mexico where citizens have turned to Facebook to catalogue data about local crime.

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App Lab

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A mobile computing "hackerspace."
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Location: TSRB 333

 
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GVU Prototyping Lab

From Concept to Creation

A rapid prototyping "makerspace."
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Location: TSRB Basement

 
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Usability Lab

Testing Methods and Technology

An adaptable project testing space.

Location: TSRB 216