• VR planning
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    The design of streets in particular – which increasingly prioritize active mobility over motorized individual transport – is particularly fraught with conflict. It is therefore often difficult to mediate between the widely divergent concerns and needs of different users.

    The research project "VR-Planning - we're planning" investigated the use of Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) for improving the participatory planning of public spaces – specifically streets as public spaces that are used for active mobility– and compiled the findings in a guideline document.

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