inCitu takes proposed and upcoming development information from private and publicly available sources and transforms the data into a tangible 3D visualization, geofenced in augmented reality to their future build site, in real-world scale. inCitu’s visualizations empower residents, developers, and city governments to collaboratively and inclusively shape their communities.
made available in AR
residents viewed upcoming projects near their homes through our AR experiences
residents impacted by developments available in our dataset
Ralph Wilson Park Pedestrian Bridge, Buffalo, NY
This 90+ acre resiliency park and pedestrian bridge were developed in a collaborative effort with the community in Buffalo. We helped visualize the future bridge and terrain on location for the groundbreaking events and the community engagement efforts that followed.
Madison Square Garden Relocation, NYC
The pilot allowed residents and other city stakeholders to visualize the future of Madison Square Garden in its newly relocated space. This allowed inCitu and its partner, Manhattan Community Board 5, to crowdsource public feedback on the proposed relocation.
570 5th Avenue, NYC
Our partnership with Snap allows us to use their advanced Augmented Reality capabilities in our app. Our AR is much more interactive and informative than ever before, allowing residents to interact and better understand the different proposed options for this development
North Market Tower, Columbus OH
Residents of Columbus, Ohio engaged with the future development adjacent to the historic North Market.
Downtown Long Beach, California
This AR experience, showing a future mixed use residential building in Downtown Long Beach, won Best World Effect in a competition held by the city in collaboration with Facebook.
"This is the tool we’ve never dared to dream of."
Layla Law-Gisiko, Executive Committee, Manhattan Community Board 5, Chair of the Land Use and Zoning committee
“I’ve seen so much change here, this is the first time someone is asking me what I think”
Lucy, traffic policewoman in Manhattan for 29 years
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