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Recent convergence between low-cost technology, artform and political discourse presents a new design space for enabling public participation and expression. We explore non-experts' use of place-based, modular sensors to activate, author and provoke urban landscapes. Our work with communities of bicyclists, students, parents, and homeless people suggests design opportunities for merging grassroots data collection with public expressions and activism. Members of each community were given probesdoi:10.1145/1858171.1858175 dblp:conf/ACMdis/KuznetsovP10 fatcat:lch2bdjzjvgijf5gsyj5k2e4m4