Spaces, Spatiality and Technology

By Phil Turner , Elisabeth Davenport

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-4020-3272-1
  • 313 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: March 30, 2006
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $189.00
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Full Description
What are the concerns of those who investigate spatiality across domains and across media? What is significant in these concerns – particularly for the design and evaluation of technology? How are these concerns represented? Can discourse from one domain inform work in another? These are some of the questions addressed in this volume. It is based on a series of papers presented at a research seminar in Edinburgh. As the volume shows, the responses to our call for submissions were wide ranging, and the resulting meeting, the editors believe, opened up new avenues for exploring Spaces, Spatiality and Techology. The broad range of this book stands in sharp contrast with other related texts which tend to be domain and media specific. The editors hope that this book should also serve as a new stimulus to innovative and creative thinking in spatiality.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. The Digital Uncanny.
  2. En
  3. Spacing Technology: Some Thoughts on the Geographical Nature of Technology.
  4. Shifting Presence in the Classroom.
  5. The Public Library: A Successful Public Space?
  6. Understanding Spatiality: The Intersection of Real And Virtual Workspace.
  7. Public Place as a Resource Of Social Interaction.
  8. Privacy Zoning: The Different Layers of Public Space.
  9. High
  10. Fidelity Mapping of Intellectual Space.
  11. Escape from Surface and Linearity.
  12. Surface: Material Infrastructure for Space.
  13. Multiple Spaces.
  14. An Existential Approach to Representing Visual Context.
  15. Performative Uses of Space in Mixed Media Environments.
  16. Space, Place and the Design of Technologically
  17. Enhanced Physical Environments.
  18. Augmenting Communal Office Spaces with Large Screens to Support Informal Communication.
  19. Articulating the Sense of Place Experienced by Visitors to the Jencks Landform.
  20. Multiscale Space and Place: Supporting User Interactions with Large Structures in Virtual Environments.
  21. The Tourist Gaze: Towards Contextualised Virtual Environments.
  22. Index.
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