Architecture and interaction: Human Computer Interaction in Space and Place

Nick Dalton, Holger Schnadelbach, Mikael Wiberg, T. Varoudis

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Abstract

Ubiquitous computing has a vision of information and interaction being embedded in the world around us; this forms the basis of this book. Built environments are subjects of design and architects have seen digital elements incorporated into the fabric of buildings as a way of creating environments that meet the dynamic challenges of future habitation.
Methods for prototyping interactive buildings are discussed and the theoretical overlaps between both domains are explored. Topics like the role of space and technology within the workplace as well as the role of embodiment in understanding how buildings and technology can influence action are discussed, as well as investigating the creation of place with new methodologies to investigate the occupation of buildings and how they can be used to understand spatial technologies.

Architecture and Interaction is aimed at researchers and practitioners in the field of computing who want to gain a greater insight into the challenges of creating technologies in the built environment and those from the architectural and urban design disciplines who wish to incorporate digital information technologies in future buildings.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherSpringer
Volume10
ISBN (Print)9783319300283
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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