Interactive Digital Mapping as a Park-Planning Tool in the Creation of the Boucher-Forest Park in Gatineau, Quebec

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Erdemli, Mahmut




The study presents a design of an Interactive Digital Map with 360-video capability as a planning tool in the park-planning for the Boucher-Forest Park in Gatineau, Quebec. This thesis tested it's use with an interactive digital map in the context of planning for a park.

The study describes a usability testing method to improve the design of the map and its use by public and the park planners. The findings include an empirical analysis and demonstrates that users could learn and use the park-planning tool easily. The results show that it is an efficient and effective park-planning tool.


Computer Science




Carleton University

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Human-Computer Interaction

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