Total Interaction: Theory and Practice of a New Paradigm for the Design Disciplines
Gerhard M. Buurman
Princeton Architectural Press, 2005 - Architecture - 367 pages
Interactivity is the catchword for a wide range of innovative solutions that concept designers and engineers are developing in every area of technology and culture. For the authors interaction is more than a technological or aesthetic concept, it is a new means to all humans and technology in a dynamic and reciprocal form of "living in technology". This publication gathers together scientists and contributors from diverse fields of activity, providing a fascinating, up-to-date survey of the technological and conceptual equipment of experts engaged in aesthetic disciplines and product design. The editor, Professor Gerhard M. Buurman, is Head of Interaction Design at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Zurich, Switzerland.
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