Citizen Dialog Kit is a project by Research[x]Design at KU Leuven, Belgium.
The initial concept and a citizen science deployment is described in this paper: Conveying a Civic Issue through Spatially Distributed Public Visualization and Polling Displays (Open Access).
The creation of the first version of the tool kit is presented in this demo: Citizen Dialogue Kit: Public Polling and Data Visualization Displays for Bottom-Up Citizen Participation.
The lessons-learned from the distribution of CDK displays on a neighbourhood scale are described in this paper: How the Arrangement of Content and Location Impact the Use of Multiple Distributed Public Displays (Open Access).
A retrospective analysis of the deployment process of multiple CDK case studies: The Stakeholder Perspective on Using Public Polling Displays for Civic Engagement.