Harvey Milk Park Committee

EVENTS

FURNITURE SHOWCASE

The City of Long Beach released a challenge this past September looking for innovative ways, through furnishing and technology, that will turn an accessible downtown plaza into a cutting edge outdoor space where people can meet and collaborate. Seven finalists showcased their items this past December. The public was invited to test and provide their feedback on the usability, durability, and creativity of each item. The City of Long Beach will be announcing the winners in the Spring of 2017.
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AUGMENTED REALITY PROJECT

This augmented reality project is made possible through the Downtown Long Beach Alliance place making grant.

Contact Information: alma.castro@longbeach.gov

Harvey Milk Park Committee
The City of Long Beach released a challenge this past September looking for innovative ways, through furnishing and technology, that will turn an accessible downtown plaza into a cutting edge outdoor space where people can meet and collaborate. Seven finalists showcased their items this past December. The public was invited to test and provide their feedback on the usability, durability, and creativity of each item. The City of Long Beach will be announcing the winners in the Spring of 2017.
Read Press Release
This augmented reality project is made possible through the Downtown Long Beach Alliance place making grant.
Harvey Milk Park Committee
The City of Long Beach released a challenge this past September looking for innovative ways, through furnishing and technology, that will turn an accessible downtown plaza into a cutting edge outdoor space where people can meet and collaborate. Seven finalists showcased their items this past December. The public was invited to test and provide their feedback on the usability, durability, and creativity of each item. The City of Long Beach will be announcing the winners in the Spring of 2017.
Read Press Release
This augmented reality project is made possible through the Downtown Long Beach Alliance place making grant.
Harvey Milk Park Committee
The City of Long Beach released a challenge this past September looking for innovative ways, through furnishing and technology, that will turn an accessible downtown plaza into a cutting edge outdoor space where people can meet and collaborate. Seven finalists showcased their items this past December. The public was invited to test and provide their feedback on the usability, durability, and creativity of each item. The City of Long Beach will be announcing the winners in the Spring of 2017.
Read Press Release
This augmented reality project is made possible through the Downtown Long Beach Alliance place making grant.
Harvey Milk Park Committee
The City of Long Beach released a challenge this past September looking for innovative ways, through furnishing and technology, that will turn an accessible downtown plaza into a cutting edge outdoor space where people can meet and collaborate. Seven finalists showcased their items this past December. The public was invited to test and provide their feedback on the usability, durability, and creativity of each item. The City of Long Beach will be announcing the winners in the Spring of 2017.
Read Press Release
This augmented reality project is made possible through the Downtown Long Beach Alliance place making grant.