Michael Hunter


is a PhD candidate within the School of Computer Science at QUT where he explores how Augmented Reality can be used to engage communities and create dialogue between councils and citizens. Michael looks to novel forms of engagement utilizing emerging technologies and has exhibited works at public science and arts festivals, has featured in Scientific American and Public Management magazine and has published academic works around the development of smart cities. His future research looks at the affordances of AR in urban transformation.



last update: August 2021



Articles published on IXD&A:


Enhancing Urban Conversation for Smarter Cities – Augmented Reality as an enabler of digital civic participation, N.48, 2021, pp. 75 - 99,  abstractdownload