The People > Learn about civic tech > Walking tours - (11)

Online interactive guides and multimedia resources to experience a specific event, story, site or problem. Through a wide range of resources like audios, videos, maps, and pictures and also emerging technologies like virtual reality and augmented reality, you will be guided through a series of scenarios to analyze and explore different issues related to civic tech. You can also find information about real walks and tours.

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Before The Bulldozers

It’s a one-hour, 1-mile walk through the site of America’s first large-scale urban renewal project.

Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery Walking Tour

Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery Walking Tour

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA

Tomiko Brown-Nagin, chair of the Committee on Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery, introduces you to the Initiative's work and this tour.

Critical Infrastructure Lab

the critical infrastructure lab aims to create space to co-develop alternative infrastructural futures that center people and planet over profit and capital.



Schillerpromenade 31, 12049 Berlin, Germany

Take people on real-world treasure hunts and guided walks



Engeldamm 28, 10179 Berlin, Germany

customisation of our city walks, workshops, and seminars to your thematic requirements and individual interests.

Ingrid Burrington's Networks and Surveillance walking tours of New York

A new “field guide” by Ingrid Burrington makes visible the infrastructure of surveillance in New York, and explains the money and politics behind it.

The Urbanist

The Urbanist

Seattle, WA, United States of America

The Urbanist serves to examine and influence urban policies by promoting and disseminating ideas, creating community, and improving the places we live.

Speculative Tourism

Speculative Tourism is an international project that operates at the crossroads of science fiction, historical tourism, Augmented Reality and local action.

Copenhagen Internet Infrastructure Walk

This walking tour was designed by Aslak Ransby, Ingrid Burrington and Janet Gunter for the Internet Infrastructure Summit at Techfestival.

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