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Adam Greenfield on Ubiquitous Computing

December 16, 2005 |

Ubiquitous Computing integrates computation into the environment, rather than having computers which are distinct objects. An major aspect of interactive architecture “Ubicomp” is an essential part of embedding architecture with digital systems.

Here’s an English translation of an interview recently … Read More

The Future of Wearable Computing

December 8, 2005 |

Interesting introductory article on the future of ‘Wearable Computing’

Image Above – Motion Aware Clothing M.A.C. unobtrusively integrates various sensors as well as computational and communication abilities in a textile. ” Currently a 1kg, A5 sized subnotebook with … Read More

Usman Haque – Open Source Architecture

August 1, 2005 |

Our constructed environment, with its direct impact on people every day and its constant transformation through use and reuse, is a collectively designed project. It incorporates vastly different and sometimes conflicting logics. The issues arising from people’s differing perspectives and … Read More

Interactive Architecture – Only way is Up

July 9, 2005 |

Here’s a nice quote from Column Network about the growth of Interactive Architecture.

“In the next few years, emerging practices in interactive architecture are set to transform the built environment. “Smart” design was once regarded as the preserve of museum … Read More

Collaborative Artefacts Interactive Furniture

June 24, 2005 |

Interactive Furniture is as important as Interactive Architecture in my book so this conference that my good friend Chris O’Shea was taking part in at Château-d’Oex ,a lovely Swiss village near Geneva is of interest to me. Check out the … Read More

Systems of Exchange, Stephen Perrella, Hypersurfaces

May 3, 2005 | | 2 Comments

Stephen Perrella’s hypersurface is a realitively new theory of liquid-embodied architecture to displace the nostalgia and re-realization being carried into the spatial conceptions of new-media technology. He doesn’t believe we should think of cyberspace with conventional assumptions but accept we … Read More