A plasma display window?—The shifting baseline problem in a technologically mediated natural world

@inproceedings{Kahn2008APD,
  title={A plasma display window?—The shifting baseline problem in a technologically mediated natural world},
  author={Peter H. Kahn and Batya Friedman and Brian T. Gill and Jennifer Hagman and Rachel L. Severson and Nathan G. Freier and Erika Feldman and S{\'e}bastien Carr{\`e}re and Anna Stolyar},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Humans will continue to adapt to an increasingly technological world. But are there costs to such adaptations in terms of human well being? Toward broaching this question, we investigated physiological effects of experiencing a HDTV quality real-time view of nature through a plasma display “window.” In an office setting, 90 participants (30 per group) were exposed either to (a) a glass window that afforded a view of a nature scene, (b) a plasma window that afforded a real-time HDTV… CONTINUE READING

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