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Table 3 Survey indicators for analysing virtual gaming information

From: Development of methods and practices of virtual reality as a tool for participatory urban planning: a case study of Vilnius City as an example for improving environmental, social and energy sustainability

Survey questions Indicators Score
a. Can the designed Missionaries Park function as the central recreation space of the city? • Park is frequently used by all urban residents 6
• Park is the popular meeting and communication place 6
• Park with services from surrounding buildings is the family leisure place 6
• Spatial arrangement and plant design facilitate public communication in park 5
b. Can Missionaries Park become the part of life for local communities? • Local residents daily visit the park 6
• Residents have their loved places and spaces in park 6
• Local residents organise their events in the Park 6
• Local residents take part in planning, construction and maintenance of the park 5
c. Is Missionaries Park capable to attract mass cultural and recreation events? • Poetry, music and other festivals take place in the park 6
• Park spaces and plants attract wedding and other event photography 6
• Flower and other exhibitions and competitions take place in the Park 5
• Park spaces host cultural events of the neighbouring convent 5
d. Can Missionaries Park become the safe and secure place for recreation? • All spaces in the park are attended by different groups of users 10
• Spatial arrangement of the park makes it free from areas for potential attack and vandalism 10
e. Other questions for the survey • Park entrances and fencing 3
• Pedestrian transit tracks across and in the park 2
• User-safe water features 2
• Features and services of surrounding buildings are frequently used 2
• Most popular viewpoints and visual connections to and from the park 3
  Total score 100