Re-activating Guo Tai Square through digital wayfinding.
Urban Qi was a collaborative project between the students of UNSW Sydney and Sichuan Institute of Fine Arts, Chongqing. Our group of 8 explored Qi as an urban mapping tool to identify blockages within the city of Chongqing. Our site was Guo Tai Square in downtown Chongqing, it was a blockage in the city and did not attract public usage despite it's central location. Our solution was to use way finding lines, projection mapping, appropriate seating and vegetation to attract the public and eliminate the 'blockage.' Our final objective was for Guo Tai Square to be a multi-use space that can transition from day to night seamlessly. In this project I was responsible for the projection mapping and augmented reality.