Augmented City


We’ve started to publish the first results of our ongoing research:


  1. Rzeszewski, M., Naji, J., 2022. Literary placemaking and narrative immersion in extended reality virtual geographic environments. International Journal of Digital Earth 15, 853–867.
  2. Evans, L., Rzeszewski, M., 2022. Being-there when there is not there: Live performance, social VR, and COVID-19, in: Frith, J., Saker, M. (Eds.), The Changing Face of VR: Pushing the Boundaries of Experience across Multiple Industries. Vernon Press, Wilmington, pp. 113–126.
  3. Rzeszewski, M., Orylski, M., 2021. Usability of WebXR Visualizations in Urban Planning. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 10, 721.
  4. Rzeszewski, M., Evans, L., 2020. Virtual place during quarantine – a curious case of VRChat. Rozwój Regionalny i Polityka Regionalna 51, 57–75.
  5. Evans, L., Rzeszewski, M., 2020. Hermeneutic Relations in VR: Immersion, Embodiment, Presence and HCI in VR Gaming, in: Fang, X. (Ed.), HCI in Games, Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 23–38.

Conference presentations:

  1. Rzeszewski M.: Cyfrowe geografie i wirtualne rzeczywistości– stare technologie oraz nowe pola badawcze, Konferencji Geoinformacja: Nauka, Praktyka, Edukacja, UAM Poznań, 1-3 XII 2022
  2. Rzeszewski M.: Augmented agency of place. AR content and the relations of power. AAG 2022
  3. Rzeszewski M., Evans L.: Virtual spaces of social interaction during pandemic, AAG 2021
  4. Rzeszewski M., Evans L.: Augmented space and place of automation. AAG Annual Meeting, 6-10 April 2020, Denver, USA
  5. Evans L.,, Rzeszewski M.: Hermeneutic relations in VR: immersion, embodiment and HCI in VR gaming. HCI International 2020, 19-24 July 2020, Copenhangen, DK