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Although mobile phones are often used in public urban places to interact with one's geographically dispersed social circle, they can also facilitate interactions with people in the same public urban space. The PlaceTagz study investigates how physical artefacts in public urban places can be utilised and combined with mobile phone technologies to facilitate interactions. Printed on stickers, PlaceTagz are QR codes linking to a digital message board enabling collocated users to interact with eachdoi:10.1145/2399016.2399054 dblp:conf/nordichi/Seeburger12 fatcat:x4xxm6ykh5dhhju27puaqpuywi