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PosterVote is an artifact that allows sustainable electronic voting by dropping the development and maintenance costs, while increasing the potential for social movements to engage in action and for communities to support and respond to such action. PosterVote can be considered a tool to
support citizen science, as it can be used by citizens to collect data ­in the form of opinions ­ to support local communities. It consists of two parts; the printed poster with the question and answers and the hardware which is a thin, flexible circuit board with 5 buttons and 5 LEDs to be placed at the back of the poster. The two parts can be laminated together to protect the hardware from environmental conditions.

More information about the project and templates for paper posters can be found here: