Roomware: computers disappear and interaction evolves

@article{Prante2004RoomwareCD,
  title={Roomware: computers disappear and interaction evolves},
  author={Thorsten Prante and Norbert A. Streitz and Peter Tandler},
  journal={Computer},
  year={2004},
  volume={37},
  pages={47-54}
}
We develop a comprehensive approach to the design of information and collaboration environments that support human activities by starting in the real world. Our goal is to design environments that combine the affordances of real objects with potential computer-based support in the virtual world. This combination generates hybrid worlds that have significant consequences for the design of human-computer interaction. Hybrid worlds allow human-information interaction and human-human communication… CONTINUE READING
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