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An Introduction to Commonplace: Digital Tools and Neighbourhood Design Workshop

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The team from Commonplace, a new community improvement app, spoke at our Digital Tools and Neighbourhood Design Workshop, an event designed to explore the impact of digital tools on community design, …

The team from Commonplace, a new community improvement app, spoke at our Digital Tools and Neighbourhood Design Workshop, an event designed to explore the impact of digital tools on community design, engagement and improvement.

http://www.nesta.org.uk/event/digital-tools-and-neighbourhood-planning-workshop

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  • Big data interprets the aggregate emotional responses and proposals to surface strongest proposals
    Big data processes this information against demographics, existing neighbourhood facilities, city targets
    Big data proposes the strongest planning proposal based on user input and planning rule sets
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    • 1. @cmnplace COMMONPLACE @cmnplace
    • 2. Commonplace uses high street wearables to sense citizens’ emotions to places and input responses Augmented reality, GPS & eyetracking locate focus Iris dilation & expression detection detect emotion Galvic response & heartrate sensors detect emotional reaction
    • 3. @cmnplace “Crap park” Commonplace senses emotional response to place via wearables, augmented reality & emotion sensors N You don’t like this place @cmnplaceCOMMONPLACE © 2024
    • 4. @cmnplace It creates a real-time aggregate map of how city users feel about places in their neighbourhood Like Neutral @cmnplace Dislike COMMONPLACE © 2024
    • 5. And provides feedback methods for individual proposals via video, text and audio interfaces Locals call this ‘crap park’. People bring their dogs to go to the toilet here. Nobody else uses the park. I’d like to turn it into a sustainable edible garden @cmnplaceCOMMONPLACE © 2024
    • 6. @cmnplace Commonplace allows you to browse other people’s proposals for improvements to your neighbourhood 45 Suggestions 30 Suggestions 15 Suggestions 22 Suggestions 7 Suggestions @cmnplaceCOMMONPLACE © 2024
    • 7. How about an edible park? Commonplace apps Sensor feedback Social Media Citizen sourced needs & ideas Local clearing house matches needs to ideas for relevant proposals 70% dislike the current park We need to reduce pollution £ Investment: Developers, Crowdfunding, Small business Updates to local council planning policies 75% of citizens want an edible park. 54% would benefit from it Edible Park E9 Proposal checked against local planning policies algorithm Commonplace automates the consultation and planning process decisions
    • 8. And crunches emotional, sensor and other big data - against local planning policy to make rapid decisions @cmnplace Planning policies Edible park Planning approved! Apply for tender Share Project Budget Completion date 40,000 2025 COMMONPLACE © 2024
    • 9. www.commonplace.is @cmnplace mike@commonplace.is