Oyster City: AR and Place-based Learning

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This is an abbreviated set of slides shown during our workshop at the Mobility Shifts Conference, The New School, Oct. 12, 2011.

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  • Designed by Roger Duffy of Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM), the new "University Center" building has been unveiled by New York's The New School.
  • Oyster City: AR and Place-based Learning

    1. 1. A workshop for the Mobility Shifts Conference, The New School, NYC, October 12, 2011 Meredith Drum, Rachel Stevens, Phoenix Toews
    2. 2. OYSTER CITY SITES
    3. 3. COLLABORATIVE PROCESS One useful tool for keeping our ideas straight and keeping media in one place
    4. 6. Site of future New School building
    5. 7. Probable landscape of New School building site in 1609, according to Wilikia.org
    6. 8. Rendering of future New School building (Designed by Roger Duffy of Skidmore Owings & Merrill)
    7. 9. A participant views a prototype object telling the story of how human sewage is one of the major pollutants in the NY Harbor
    8. 10. A participant views a shell midden, a pile of discarded oyster shells typically left behind by the Lenape Indians and later European settlers. Shell middens are still being discovered in Manhattan during construction projects and are excellent archeological finds.
    9. 11. A prototype object: A shell midden where participants can place informational objects (like this photograph in the lower right corner, which can be added tp the pile of shells).
    10. 12. Participants learning on site ( example form an earlier project by Phoenix Toews)
    11. 13. Participant can choose different experiences from a dimensional menu
    12. 14. Diagram describing relationship of participant to media elements and media elements to one another in Palimpsest software

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