Seperating the barrier. After the invention of the Network, our peripheral augmented reality layer, humanity rejoiced. More convenience, intuitive controls, and you’re just a blink away, rather than a swipe or a keystroke. However, as great as the Network may seem, there are serious issues echoing through our cities and communities. We, Urban Preservation International, aim to combat the issues 'the Network' creates in society. We want to bring back our cities to their former glory; no more digital pollution. Seperate the barrier between the digital and real world.
Awareness. Removal. Support. Since the Network is integrated in most parts of life, it almost seems inevitable to use. We strive to make the cities a better place to live for everyone. UPI cleans up neighborhoods with government removal requests, pushes for regulations, and supports those who are hindered by the Network.
Since augmented graffiti is easy to place, but hard to remove on the Network, our volunteers submit removal requests to local government daily.
Below we've highlighted some of the many problems we are currently tackling. Most of which deal with augmentation issues.
Moderated augmentation. Overall we believe that augmentation should be moderated, even for individual augments. We believe in authenticity over make-believe.
Volunteer. we are always looking for more volunteers to help us preserve the authenticity of the city.