Community Mapping

The project “Community Mapping” enables people to mark places on a map, give descriptions of them and exchange information with other users.

Environmental data

Prototype of a DIY environmental sensor system with the help of which Seestadt’s residents have the possibility to set up and operate their own measuring stations in the immediate vicinity.

Binaural Seestadt

The project “Binaruale Seestadt” records geographical data and environmental sounds which are “listened to” with a map application and the city is made tangible.

DisWay – Tracing Challenges

Set, share and unlock sporting challenges with GPS tracker.

Grafik Projekt Vision Studio

Seestadt Vision Studio

A digital spray can for communication and interaction in the public space of the Smart City.

SeeMore – Promoting active mobility

Share favourite places and outdoor activities with others and discover new places in the urban green spaces of Seestadt.

Foodiez – The smart sharing system

The project “Foodiez” is dedicated to technology-assisted food sharing and interaction with the community fridge.

Research mat

Since its inception, the aspern.mobil LAB research mat has provided space for exchange and joint learning with the diverse research community. As a mobile, easily transportable tool, it is used in public places in the Seestadt, in the OPEN.mobil LAB, at conferences and in the various formats of the aspern.mobil LAB.


We want to raise awareness of air pollution among city dwellers by motivating cyclists to collect local air quality data while cycling through the city. The aspern.mobil LAB’s DIY tool Pocobo can easily be carried around in a bottle cage and measures particulate matter levels while cycling.

Bildgeschichte Anwendung Smart Trolley

Smart Trolley

The “Smart Trolley” by Philipp Pfeiffer is a combination of a Seestadt-trolley and a portable sensor device for measuring air quality, especially the fine dust content of the air.

Design Game

Seestadt design game

With reference to planning games used in the fields of architecture and spatial planning as well as serious games in computer science, players of the Seestadt Design Game create personas and scenarios, design morphologies and taxonomies for complex research and development projects in multi-stakeholder environments.

Mood barometer

The simple voting tool titled “Mobility-Mood” is used in different ways at pop-up labs in public spaces, on cargo bikes, with OPEN.mobil LAB visitors or in lab hours and workshops with focus groups to visualise and jointly reflect on the mood of a temporary community – both, anonymously and / or including stories of experience.

Hi 5 Abstimmungstool

Hi 5 voting tool

Hi 5 is a simple tool for voting and conducting polls in passing. Sensors are placed behind a glass pane and linked to a display that shows the options for the vote or survey. Passers-by can place their hand on the corresponding sensor (Hi 5) to vote.

Installierte Sensorbox


The sensor box is a compact box equipped with sensors. It is used to collect various environmental data combined with GPS coordinates and send them to our server to be analysed and visualised in further steps.

Vibro-Walk im Gehäuse verbaut


How high is the CO2 pollution on my way to work, on my balcony or on the street when I cycle to school? Vibro-Walk makes it possible to measure the CO2 levels in the immediate vicinity in a low-threshold way and to experience these levels directly through tangible feedback. The idea behind it: create awareness, trigger reflection!