A Patient Autonomous Knowledge Sharing System for Outdoor Public Spaces

Marc Böhlen and Natalie Tan

This paper describes the outdoor installation UNSEEEN, in the Reford Gardens of Eastern Québec. It emphasizes issues of autonomous self-modifying behavior during its three-month period of continuous operation. The system collected real time data on plants, insects and animals through a multi-camera vision system, interpreted this data, and shared the results with visitors. The system visualized the garden’s dynamics and autonomously built hypotheses on the plant life it observed.

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